2021 4th Congressional District Democratic Convention
May 22, 2021 I 10:00 am
Consistent with the Resolution on 2021 North Carolina Democratic Party Meetings in Response to Ongoing COVID-19 State of Emergency adopted by the State Executive Council on December 21, 2020, the convention will be held remotely, via Zoom. Delegates will have an opportunity to participate by joining us online or by dialing-in via telephone.
Among other items of business, this year's convention will feature: a keynote address from Congressman David Price, the election of district officers, consideration of resolutions adopted by the Democratic conventions of the seven counties that comprise the district, AND plenty of opportunity for good ol' Democratic revelry and merrymaking!
Delegate registration information and other convention materials will be published, when finalized.
Delegates to the 4th Congressional District Democratic Convention must register in advance of the convention via the registration form linked below.
Convention registration is restricted to the elected delegates to the 4th Congressional District Democratic Convention. Delegates were elected by the preceding county conventions hosted by the Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Orange, Vance, and Wake county Democratic executive committees.
Those who would like to observe the Convention, but were not elected to serve as delegates, should visit our website on May 22 for live-stream information.
The Convention will elect a District Chair, District 1st Vice Chair, District 2nd Vice Chair, District 3rd Vice Chair, District Treasurer, and District Secretary to serve through spring 2023.
The 4th Congressional District Democratic Nominations Subcommittee is now accepting nomination submissions in advance of the Convention. For more information, and to submit a nomination for consideration, please reference the portal via the link below.
Among other items of business, the proposed agenda will include: keynote address from Congressman David Price, elections of district officers, and consideration of resolutions adopted by the Democratic conventions of the seven counties that comprise the district.
The Convention will operate under the following order of priority of rules: (1) the NCDP Plan of Organization, (2) Special Rules adopted by the Convention, (3) Robert’s Rules of Order.