INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Democratic Party, the organization that advocates for Hoosiers, their families and workers, today posted its draft Delegate Selection Plan for the 2024 Democratic National Convention for public comment. The draft plan and public comment form can be found on the State Party website at indems.org/dsp-2/.
Public comments will be accepted for 30 days. Afterwards, the State Party will consider and integrate comments. Then, the plan will be sent to the Democratic State Central Committee for review. Once the plan is approved, it will be sent to the Democratic National Committee for consent.
In addition, the plan proposes how delegates are discovered, how delegates will be allocated via district and state-level results, reports on the Affirmative Action Committee’s contributions to the plan, and a list of media outlets who were sent the plan.
Most of Indiana’s delegates — 44 — will be elected by district at the 2024 Indiana State Democratic Convention, which will be tentatively held on June 1, 2024 in Indianapolis and allocated via the results of the 2024 Indiana Democratic Presidential Primary in those districts. 14 At-Large Delegates will be selected at the State Convention and allocated by statewide results of the 2024 Indiana Democratic Presidential Primary.
Other delegate categories include: Automatic Delegates, Party Leader and Elected Official Delegates (PLEO) and Alternate Delegates. In addition, four Convention Pages will be selected to serve at the convention, and a Delegation Chair will be elected by a meeting of the delegates.
All comments and questions about the plan can be submitted here.