Presentation on theme: "Washington State Democratic Party"— Presentation transcript:
1 Washington State Democratic Party Caucus and Convention Training VideoJaxon Ravens – Executive Director
2 Video Outline The Goal of Caucuses and Conventions The Caucus and Convention CycleDefinitionsTimelineMaterialsChanges Since 2008
3 The Goal of Caucuses and Conventions Allocate and Elect Delegates and AlternatesBuild and Mobilize the Democratic Party for the 2012 Elections.Introduce Resolutions from Democrats from across the State.To conduct highly organized, competent, calm and friendly caucuses and conventions.
5 Delegates and Alternates 121 Delegates and 9 Alternates Congressional District Caucuses – 5/2013 Pledged Party Leaders and Elected Officials(PLEO’s)State Convention – SCC LD – 6/323 At-Large Delegates and 9 Alternates16 Unpledged Party Leaders and Elected Officials+69+13+23+16=121
7 Timeline Assign a Caucus Jurisdiction Coordinator NOW! Identify Precinct Caucus LocationsSPI LetterInsuranceAccessibleFind Area Caucus CoordinatorsShare your Information with the State PartyPrecinct Caucuses – Sunday, April 15, 2012 – 1:00pm
8 Materials Emails to County and Legislative District Chairs Packet and Information for CJCsPacket and Information for ACCsPacket and Information for PCCs
9 Materials Precinct Caucus Envelopes Information for the Precinct Caucus ChairPrecinct Caucus AgendaSign-in SheetsDonation EnvelopesDelegate Allocation Worksheet and ChartCertificates of ElectionSurrogate Affidavit FormsDeclaration of Candidacy FormsPCO Form
10 Changes Since 2008 Day of Registration No Proxy Voting No Congressional District AlternatesSelection of PLEOs and At-Large Delegates and AlternatesResolutions not Necessary in Precinct Caucus Minutes
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