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WCDP Call to Convention– Chelsea Library

February 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

WCDP CALL TO CONVENTION

Calling all Washtenaw County Democratic Party members! We are convening on February 27 at the Chelsea District Library for two major reasons:

  1. Members who reside in the 7th Congressional District will elect their delegates (and alternates) to certain committees of the Michigan Democratic Party in preparation for the State Endorsement Convention to be held in Lansing on March 21. (WCDP members who reside in the 12th District will convene to elect their delegates at the 12th District Convention.)
  2. All WCDP members are invited to submit and vote on resolutions that will then be considered at the State level. If you have a resolution you want to have adopted and are a member of the 12th District, you have the option of submitting it at the 12th District Convention, the WCDP Convention, or both.

If you have joined the Michigan Democratic Party and you live in Washtenaw County, you are a de facto member of the Washtenaw County Democratic Party and have the right to vote in its official meetings and conventions– though you must have joined 30 days before the date of the vote. You also have the right to vote in conventions and meetings of the 12th District or of the 7th District, depending on your residence. Non-members may attend but cannot vote.

Call to Convention

2020 Resolution Form

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Date:
February 27
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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