The Washington State Presidential Primary results determined the number of delegates each candidate for President will receive. Biden will be allocated 46 delegates and Bernie Sanders will be allocated 43 delegates. 23rd Legislative District Caucus, 6th Congressional District Caucus and the Washington State Convention will decide who those Delegates to the National Convention will be.
The 23rd Legislative District Democrats have 33 delegates, and 16 alternate delegates for a total of fortynine. Results of the Washington State Democratic Presidential Primary ballot indicate that Joseph R Biden won 19 delegates plus 9 alternates and Bernie Sanders won 14 delegates plus 7 alternates.
Please consider running to be one of the delegates representing the 23rd Legislative District. The time commitment is limited with meetings held on-line. Potential delegates must be a resident registered voter in the 23rd Legislative District and note their presidential candidate (Biden/Sanders). We encourage you to participate in this grass roots level of democracy by registering : https://www.waelectioncenter.com. Your application is due April 26, 2020. To see who has registered https://wademscaucus2020.azurewebsites.net/candidates/ld23
Duly elected and appointed 23rd Legislative District Democratic Precinct Committee Officers (PCO) will receive a digital ballot with the list of potential delegates, which must be returned no later than 9:00 pm on Sunday May 3rd, 2020. The Precinct Committee Officers will be responsible for electing the delegates to the 6th Congressional District Caucus and Democratic State Convention. Results will be available by May 5, 2020.
The 23rd Legislative Delegates will participate in the 6th Congressional District virtual meeting on May 30. At this time, the Washington State Democratic Convention is still scheduled to be held in Tacoma, Washington, June 12-14.
The National Democratic Convention date has been changed. It will be held August 17-20, 2020, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
August 4 - General Primary,
November 3-General Election.