Guam Democrats publish draft delegate selection plan for DNC convention
By Pacific Island Times News Staff
The race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee is on, and the Democratic Party of Guam is kicking that process off with the publication of its draft 2024 Delegate Selection Plan.
Under National Democratic Party Rules, the plan must ensure outreach to underrepresented groups and must be available for public comment for at least thirty days before the Delegate Selection Plan can be adopted by the Democratic Party of Guam’s Central Executive Committee.
The plan serves to ensure delegate representation among minorities. Once adopted, the plan will be in effect for the Guam caucus scheduled to be held on June 8, 2024.
“Guam is the Pacific's centerpiece of diversity, resiliency, strength, freedom, and inclusion,” said Party Chair Anthony M. Babauta.
“Our island's Democratic Party reflects these traits and those whom we will send to the Democratic National Committee's Convention will be the voices advancing our values.”
The draft Delegate Selection Plan outlining how minority rights will be protected throughout the selection process will be published on the Democratic Party of Guam’s Facebook page.
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