Fellow Ward 6 Democrats,
It's time for us to vote for the delegates who will represent us at the Democratic National Convention in August. Normally, we'd do this in person, but that's not safe right now, so the DC Democratic State Committee has worked out a process for voting electronically. Details are below. We have MANY outstanding candidates from Ward 6 - in fact, we're in the process of putting together a delegate guide to help you choose among them - and they need your support.
NOTE: this is NOT the same as requesting an absentee ballot for the June 2 DC primary or the November 3 general election (which you should also do at the DC Board of Elections site).
We also have an upcoming salon conversation Tuesday, April 29, with MPD First District Commander Morgan Kane. We were going to be meeting at Solid State Books, but instead we'll be doing it online via Zoom. Details and registration information are below. RSVP right away - space is limited.
Stay safe, stay well, stay at home, and remember to wash your hands.
President, Ward 6 Democrats
Vote for District-Level Delegates
The District of Columbia's Democratic Party invites all registered Democrats to participate in the election of District-Level Delegates to the 2020 Democratic National Committee (DNC) Convention. DC's Delegates will be part of the DNC Convention (now re-scheduled for August) that makes decisions about the Democratic Party's presidential nominee and platform.
To vote in this Democratic Party election, you need to request an electronic ballot no later than Friday, May 15, 2020. Once your registration is confirmed, you will be emailed a ballot.
Voting opens this Saturday, April 25, and will remain open until Thursday, May 21, 2020.
Request your District-Level Delegate electronic ballot here.
Review the full Rules of the Day here.
NOTE: this is NOT the same as requesting an absentee ballot for the June 2 DC primary or the November 3 general election. You need to do BOTH of these things.
Remember, your VOTE is your VOICE.
Salon with Commander Morgan Kane - Tuesday, April 29
Join us for an intimate and interactive conversation with MPD First District Commander Morgan Kane to explore public safety issues and activities in our community. This virtual salon will take place on Zoom Tuesday, April 29, starting at 7:00 p.m. To maximize discussion, it will be moderated and limited to 18 Ward 6 residents. Commander Kane will provide participants with an overview talk, followed by taking questions from the group.
Details and RSVP at https://www.ward6dems.org/kane.
Questions? Contact Chuck Burger firstname.lastname@example.org or 202.258.5316.