The unassembled caucus scheduled for April 29 at 11:30 a.m. to elect delegates/alternates to the 4th Congressional District Convention is canceled. Fewer than the allowed number of delegates or alternates pre-filed. The delegates to the 4th CD Convention on May 20 will be Cynthia Mitchell, Carol Dois Woodward, and Robert Woodward.
On Saturday, April 29, 2017, from 11:30 am to 1:00 p.m., the Prince George Democratic Committee will hold an unassembled caucus at the Prince George Human Services Building, 1st Floor Community Room, 6450 Administration Drive, Prince George Government Complex for the purpose of electing 7 delegates and 2 alternates to the 4th Congressional District Convention to be held on May 20, 2017.
Those wishing to be considered for election to be a delegate or alternate to the 4th CD Convention from Prince George County must pre-file a candidacy form and mail, email, or hand-deliver the pre-filing form to either Cynthia Mitchell or Carol Woodward by 5 pm on Thursday, April 27th. Either Ms. Mitchell or Ms. Woodward may be contacted to make special arrangements for delivering the pre-filing form by hand.
Cynthia Mitchell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Woodward, email@example.com
Mailing Address: Prince George Dems, PO BOX 2048, Prince George VA 23875. The pre-filing forms must be in the mailbox by 5 pm on the 27th. Postmark will not suffice.
If fewer than 9 people pre-file to be a delegate or an alternate, the caucus will be canceled and notice will be posted on the Committee’s website http://www.princegeorgevadems.com and on its facebook page facebook.com/princegeorgedems/.
Voting will be held beginning at 11:30 am and will end at 1 pm. Anyone wishing to vote must sign a voter participation form and be a qualified voter in Prince George County.
May 20, 2017, 4th CD Convention to elect 20 members to the 4th CD Committee of the Democratic Party of Virginia Central Committee
CALL TO CAUCUS
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