5th District Committees Call to Caucus

CHAIRS: New rules for notice requirements are in effect, which means you don’t need to purchase a newspaper ad. You just need to post the caucus information on this website, your committee’s website, or the DPVA website and provide a press release to all relevant newspapers of general circulation. This change is reflected in the Caucus Procedures Guide and in this version of the Sample Call to Caucus. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

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On either April 16 or 18, 2016, cities and counties across the Commonwealth will hold caucuses that will elect 2,000 State Delegates and 500 Alternates. These Delegates and Alternates will attend the Congressional District Conventions and a State Convention. The State Delegates will be allocated among the Democratic Candidates in proportion to the percentage of their vote in the primary. The State Delegates will then elect the National Delegates.

Any registered voter may participate. The voter, however, must sign a certification that he or she is a registered voter in the jurisdiction, is a Democrat, believes in the principles of the Democratic Party, and does not intend to support a candidate opposed to the Democratic nominee in the next election.

Here are the individual announcements from within the 5th District:

Albemarle 2016 Call to Caucus
Appomattox 2016 Call to Caucus
Bedford 2016 Call to Caucus
Brunswick 2016 Call to Caucus
Buckingham 2016 Call to Caucus
Campbell 2016 Call to Caucus
Charlottesville 2016 Call to Caucus
Cumberland 2016 Call to Caucus
Danville 2016 Call to Caucus
Greene 2016 Call to Caucus
Fauquier 2016 Call to Caucus
Franklin 2016 Call to Caucus
Halifax 2016 Call to Caucus
Lunenburg 2016 Call to Caucus
Madison 2016 Call to Caucus
Nelson 2016 Call to Caucus
Pittsylvania 2016 Call to Caucus