Do you want to change which people get elected to the Democratic National Committee (DNC)?
Read this for all of your answers!
Just kidding. Here’s the short version of how the DNC delegates are elected:
- The State Executive Committee (SEC) drafts a Delegate Selection Plan that is used to pick delegates to the DNC. The only stipulation for this in the state party’s Plan Of Organization is that an even number of men and women are elected as Delegates (section 7.02).
- SEC members are elected by the Executive Committees from each county.
- The County Executive Committees are made up of a few elected officers and the elected precinct Chairs.
- This means the more precincts that are chaired by progressives, the more voting power progressives have to change the party platform, put more progressives in leadership positions at the DNC and state level, and get corporate money out of the DNC.
TL;DR: Changing the Democratic Party starts at the precinct level!