Learn More About the Hybrid Primary VS Full Caucus with some improvements
And Make a Comment and VOTE
Public Comment Period: March 5 – April 4, 2019

Go to this Website for the information, comments, and voting:
https://www.waelectioncenter.com/?fbclid=IwAR069hz-p6SQx3rGPcxEMrcPoBtkyGV9CX58dWHNXRClYWATV4ge95AHY7U

The 30-day public comment period for Washington state’s 2020 Delegate Selection and Affirmative Action Plan begins on March 5, 2019. You may submit comments through this website.

This year we are publishing two potential plans, one in which delegate allocation is done through a primary, and one in which delegate allocation is done through a caucus.

The plans are accessible on this site in their entirety as PDF documents, and background information is available on this site. In addition to using this website to provide a forum in which the public may access, view, and discuss these plans, we’re asking for your opinion on which plan you prefer.

While you may submit as many comments as you wish, please only vote for your choice of plan once. Upon submitting your vote, you will be asked to affirm that you have not yet voted.

Primary or Caucus?

Democrats in Washington State have traditionally held caucuses to vote for presidential nominees.

That could change this year. Changes in DNC rules are requiring the Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC) to reevaluate some of its procedures. At the same time, changes in Washington state’s official primary process have given the WSDCC the opportunity to select either a primary or a caucus to allocate delegates for Democratic presidential candidates.

We want to hear from you about whether you would choose a primary or a caucus, and — if you feel like sharing — your reasons for prefering one option over the other. That way the committee members of the WSDCC can make a more informed decision about which process to use.