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It's Convention Time!

Michigan Democrats will meet March 21 in Lansing to endorse candidates for the Michigan Supreme Court and potentially other statewide races, giving our candidates a head start on organizing before they can be officially nominated next August.

To get ready for that convention, Livingston Dems will hold a county convention on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. to select people to serve on committees for the state convention and consider any resolutions to be passed on to the state resolutions committee.

Our county convention will be followed by the party's regular business meeting at approximately 7:30 p.m. Both will be at the Community Unitarian Universalists in Brighton, 3333 S. Old 23, Brighton Township.

Here is the official call to convention.

Call to Convention

Feb. 27, 7 p.m.

Community Unitarian Universalists Brighton, 3333 S. Old 23, Brighton, MI 48114

In accordance with the Spring 2020 Call to Convention issued by the State Central Committee in December, the Livingston County Democratic Party will meet in convention on Feb. 27.

The purpose of the convention will be to elect members and alternates to state convention committees and to consider resolutions to be forwarded to the state party for consideration.

The deadline for submitting resolutions for consideration at the county convention is 5 p.m. Feb. 21. Email to


A. Call to Order

B. Election of Permanent Convention Chair

C. Appointment of Convention Secretary

D. Credentials Report

E. Rules Report

F. Election of Convention Committee Members & Alternates

Credentials: 1 alternate male (meets at March 21 MDP convention at call of chair)

Resolutions: 1 male member (meets 7 p.m. March 5, MDP headquarters, call-in option)

Rules: 1 female member, 1 alternate male (meets 7 p.m. March 2, MDP headquarters, call-in option)

G. Resolution Consideration

H. Good & Welfare

I. Adjournment

In order to hold Party office or vote at any Convention, Caucus, or meeting at any unit of the Michigan Democratic Party at any level, a person must be a member of the Michigan Democratic Party for at least thirty (30) days prior to that Convention, Caucus, or meeting.

A Party member must be a qualified elector in order to vote on nominations for public office.

Precinct Delegates, Democratic elected officials, and Democratic nominees to partisan offices are exempt from the thirty (30) days advance membership requirement. However, Precinct Delegates, Democratic elected officials, and Democratic nominees to partisan office must be member in order to vote and may join the same day as the Convention, Caucus, or meeting.

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(Paid for by Livingston County Democratic Executive Committee, 8028 Grand River, Woodland Plaza Suite 7, Brighton, MI 48114. Printed in-house. Labor donated.)

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