To All Page County Democrats,

The following Call to Caucus is a call for volunteers interested in becoming a Delegate for the Democratic conventions to elect representatives for State and National elections. Based on voting population Page County has been assigned four Delegates and one Alternate.
You must declare to be a candidate as a Delegate by April 13th, 2024.
If we there are only four or less people interested in being a Delegate then no Caucus will be held on April 20th, 2024.
Commitment for a Delegate is to participate in the May 18th convention in Lexington and June 22nd in Richmond.



The Page County Democratic Committee (PCDC) will hold an unassembled caucus on Saturday, April 20, 2024, from 10AM to 2PM at the PCDC HEADQUARTERS, 46 E. MAIN ST. LURAY,VA , for the purpose of electing 4 delegates and 1 alternate to the VA-6 District Convention at on Saturday, May 18, 2024, 11 a.m., at Rockbridge County High School, 143 Greenhouse Road, Lexington, VA 24450 and the Virginia Democratic State Convention on Saturday, June 22, 2024, 10:00 a.m., at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, Grand Ballroom, 403 North Third Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219.

I. Candidate Filing:

Each person seeking to become a Delegate to the Sixth CD and State Conventions shall need to file an electronic Declaration of Candidacy form by no later than 5:00 p.m. on APRIL 13TH 2024. This declaration form shall include the Presidential Candidate this Delegate seeks to represent. This declaration form will be posted at after the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary. There will be a voluntary State Convention fee of $25.00 for each candidate for State Convention and District Convention Delegate and District Convention Alternate. The fee, collected electronically with the filing, is distributed as follows: $10 to DPVA; $10 to local city/county committee; $5 to Sixth CD Committee. No person shall be denied the right to participate in the delegate selection process due to nonpayment of the voluntary administrative fee.

*NOTE: The pre-filing deadline for State Delegate and Alternate candidates shall be 5:00 p.m., Saturday, April 13, 2024, for caucuses held on Saturday, April 20, 2024. The prefilling deadline will be Monday, April 15, 2024 at 5:00 p.m., for caucuses held on Monday, April 22, 2024.

II. Candidate Qualification

In order to certify the eligibility of a candidate for election, the Chair shall ascertain that each prospective candidate:

● Is a resident of and registered to vote in Page County of Page County, Virginia;

● Is a Democrat;

● Does not intend to support, endorse, or assist any candidate who is opposed to a Democratic nominee or endorsee in the November 2024 election;

● is not a member of any other political party;

● and has not participated and will not participate in the nomination process of any other political party for the November 2024 election.

Only candidates committed to the nomination of the Democratic candidate for President of the United States may serve as Delegates or Alternates.

III. Notice

The Page County Democratic Committee shall provide notice of this caucus by placement of a general notice of the caucus, including noticing the caucus date, time, and location, along with the Call to Caucus, on the Democratic Party of Virginia, the Page County Democratic Committee websites; by email notification to the members of the Page County Democrats who reside in Page County; and through other reasonable means that will disseminate information about the caucus to registered voters in Page County. In addition, reasonable actions shall be taken to promote participation in the caucus in accordance with the Affirmative Action provisions of the Party Plan of the DPVA.

IV. Participation:

Every Democrat who is a registered voter in Page County is urged to attend and participate. Each participant must sign a written declaration that he or she:

● Is a Democrat and not a member of any other political party;

● Does not intend to support any candidate who is opposed to a Democratic nominee in this General Election;

● Has not participated in and will not participate in the nominating process of any other party for the positions listed above; and

● Is registered to vote in Page County.

V. Conduct of Caucus

Voting will begin at [time] and will close at [time]. Those in line at the close of voting will be permitted to vote.

The Chair of the Page County Democratic Committee, or his or her designee, shall be the Chair of the Caucus and shall appoint a Secretary and such other Officers of the Caucus as is deemed appropriate. The Page County Democratic Committee will prepare the Rules for the Caucus.

VI. Determination of the Delegates

If the number of candidates for delegate/alternate is greater than the total allocated to each presidential candidate per the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary results in Page County, then an election shall be held. Candidates for Delegate and Caucus Participants must all declare preference for a Presidential Candidate. For each Presidential Candidate who is allocated delegates, the delegates allocated to that candidate shall be elected by the caucus participants declared for that candidate. That candidate’s delegation shall comprise the top number of vote- getters equal to the number of delegates received. For example: if Presidential Candidate Joe Biden was entitled to 5 Delegates, then the top 5 vote getters who were pledged to Joe Biden shall be elected by the caucus.

The rules for the DPVA Delegate Selection Plan and all Filing Forms for Delegate candidates and caucus attendees can be found here.



1. All times shall be read from the official clock located above the check-in area.

2. The caucus facility will open and the certification process will begin at 10:00 am on Saturday, April 20th, 2024.

3. The caucus facility access will be closed promptly at 2:00 pm. Persons standing in line to complete a certification form at the time the facility closes will be allowed to complete their forms and participate in the caucus. Participants will have their voter registration verified at the Registration table prior to voting in the caucus.

4. Every person who participates in the caucus must complete a certification form and sign a statement that says they are a registered voter, a Democrat, and that they will not support a candidate opposed to the Democratic nominee in the next ensuing election.

5. The chair of the Page County Democratic Committee Delegate Nominating Committee shall act as the permanent chair of the caucus.

6. Caucuses shall be conducted in accordance with the Virginia Democratic Party Plan and the Call to Caucus, and they established a filing deadline of April 13, 2024 at 5PM for the online form, which can be seen here: Click here to file for State Delegate and State Alternate

7. The permanent chair shall appoint a teller, and the two will count the ballots and provide the official results.

8. Ballots will be prepared listing the first name, middle initial and last name of the candidate(s).

9. The top eight (8) vote getters will be the Delegates, and the next two (2) highest vote getters will be the Alternates. We will use ranked choice voting for the positions of Delegate and Alternate, with voters voting for up to eight (8) candidates on your ballot.

10. The teller shall count the ballots.

11. There shall be no campaigning inside the caucus room or check-in area. While buttons or lapel stickers may be worn, no candidate material may be distributed. Any material must be distributed outside the building in which the caucus is held.

12. There will be no press or observers permitted in the location in which the balloting takes place. ONE designated representative from each candidate’s campaign may be allowed to observe all processes during the caucus, provided that they have a signed letter from the candidate designating that person as their Authorized Representative.

13. Tie votes will be decided by the flip of a coin.

Adopted: March 25, 2024
Signed: Miles Morimoto, Chair