It’s Caucus and Convention season, and this year we have quite a few.
Updated April 25: The 12th District Caucus has been canceled; Chris Hurst ran unopposed for the Democratic nomination, so he will challenge Joseph Yost in November.
Updated April 28: The Montgomery County Caucus to Elect Delegates for Central Reorganization is canceled because we had fewer than twenty delegates pre-filing.
The 9th Congressional District Nomination Convention will select twenty members to the Democratic State Central Committee. These members will be chosen from delegates throughout the ninth district; up to twenty of those will have come the Montgomery County Caucus in April.
The Democratic Primary is June 13. You can vote at your usual voting location.
Finally, in June we have three concurrent unassembled caucuses (“firehouse primaries”) to select candidates for the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors in districts A, C, and D. You can only participate in the caucus for the district in which you reside.
Unassembled caucuses are structured like primaries or elections; you show up, cast a ballot, then leave.