The Progressive Caucus will hold a regular election to elect a new officers on the weekend May 31-June 2 when the CDP meets for its convention in San Francisco. As per Progressive Caucus bylaws requirements, there will be an election to fill all board positions.
Interested Candidates Must Inform the Progressive Caucus Board by May 1st.
If you are interested in running for a board position, Caucus bylaws (Article III, Sections C and D) require you notify the Caucus Board 30 days prior to the vote or by May 1st, 2019.
By May 1st, all interested candidates should send an email declaring their intention to run for a board position to Marcy Winograd, Secretary of the Progressive Caucus, at email@example.com. Candidates should include their full name, address, email, phone number, and assembly district number, and fill out this online application form.
According to Caucus bylaws, those who wish to run for office must be members in good standing for a minimum of 30 days prior to the vote. Candidates for office must complete an Officer Candidate application and sign a Confidentiality Agreement, both of which will be provided once the Board has received a declaration of intention to run.
Please read the officer duties sections in the bylaws prior to running.
Late nominations, including nominations from the floor, shall be accepted only if no timely Notices of intent to run for a particular office have been filed, or all those who have timely filed have either withdrawn their nominations or have failed to appear in person.
All registered Democrats who meet these membership requirements are eligible to vote:
A. The individual is a registered California Democrat,
B. Indicates, at the time of their joining, support of the Purpose and Statement of Principles of the Caucus as stated in the bylaws
C. Pays the dues in effect at the time the individual joins the Caucus or has them waived, and
D. Agrees to the terms of the Bylaws.