County Convention

County Convention

The Davis County Nominating Convention will be April 16th at Woods Cross High School (add to your calendar). Please arrive at 8 am for registration and meeting the candidates.

The county nominating convention is for all county delegates who were elected at the Caucus meeting on March 22nd. Please read a welcome letter from the Davis County Party Officers explaining your role during convention.

See the proposed convention rules.

See the proposed convention agenda. This is for the formal part of the convention that starts with a call to order at 10 am.

County delegates will also be voting on proposed amendments to the Party Constitution. Feel free to read the proposals beforehand.

Furthermore, we recommend you review the list of candidates to be considered at this convention.

If you have questions, please contact your Legislative Chair.

We’ll see you at convention!

 

6 Responses

  1. Michael Medell says:

    I am a delegate representing LA-35 and have not received any communication on candidates. I can’t seem to find a listing of candidates on your website and would like to perform research before the convention next week. I am disappointed to find out that there have been multiple opportunities to meet candidates that I have missed. Do you have a candidate list so that I can perform research on my own? if so, please forward it and add my email mike.medell@gmail.com so I can receive further information. Thanks!

    • Mark Butler says:

      Getting the word out is difficult sometimes unfortunately. You should have received a flyer advertising the DCRW Meet the Candidate night at your precinct caucus meeting. There is a list of candidates to be considered at the county convention linked above. You can find similar information on the Davis County Clerk’s website as well. There will be an opportunity to meet the candidates from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. at the county convention.

  2. Carrington Clark says:

    About how long will the convention go? When can we expect to be done? I’m finding sources that say it begins at 8am and others saying it begins at 10am. Which is it?

    • Mark Butler says:

      Meeting the candidates and credentialing (registration) starts at 8:00 a.m. The convention will be called to order in the auditorium at 10:00 a.m. You should plan to arrive at least an hour before that.

      As far as how long it will go, the short answer is it will be done when it is done. It could conclude as early as 2:00 p.m. or it could take a couple hours longer than that. It is basically an all day event in other words.

  3. Jane Fjeldsted says:

    What will be the content of the Legislative and Senate breakout sessions?

    • Mark Butler says:

      Delegates will hear from and vote for state House and or Senate candidates in districts where there is a intra-party contest and an election this year. If there is no contest delegates typically hear from the current officeholder. Some legislative districts may also elect additional state delegates to fill slots left unfilled at precinct caucuses.

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