Tulsa County Democratic Party (TCDP) Convention
Saturday, April 3, 2021
The Tulsa County Democratic Party Central Committee will hold a Reorganization meeting on April 3, 2021.
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~ AGENDA ~
*Please arrive early. Virtual Credentialing will take some time.
10AM CALL TO ORDER & WELCOME
Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem
Moment of Silence and Remembrance
Recognition of Democratic Elected Officials
Comments from the Chair
Report of the Rules Committee
Report of the Credentials Committee
Report of Resolutions Committee
Consideration of Resolutions
Election of Officers: Chair; Vice-Chair; Secretary; Affirmative Action Officers
Election of Delegates to District and State Convention
Debate portion of "tabled" Resolutions Committee Report
Consideration of Bylaws & Constitutional Amendments
BYLAWS & CONSTITUTION AMENDMENTS
Bylaws Amendments (highlighted within the ODP Bylaws Document)
Constitution Amendments (highlighted within the ODP Constitution Document)
Bylaws & Constitutions Amendments "Cliff Notes Version"
The Tulsa County Democratic Party Convention will complete the following duties on April 3, 2021:
Elect a County Chair, Vice-Chair & Secretary
Elect two (2) affirmative action officers
Review & vote on updates to the Oklahoma Democratic Party Constitution, Bylaws, and Resolution
Elect 87 Delegates (5 being county officers) to the District and State Conventions
Who is a Voting Delegate at the Tulsa County Convention?
All Precinct Committee Officers [Article III: §1] registered to vote in the county who were elected at the Thursday, March 11, 2021 as Chair, Vice Chair & Secretary
The County Convention Officers [Article III: §2.A.] of the county;
State Delegates [Article III: §2.B.] to which the county may be entitled;
Any Congressional District Officers [Article III: §3] who are registered voters in the county;
Any State Affirmative Action Committee members [Article V: §6] registered to vote in the county;
Any State Party Officers [Article III: §4] who are registered voters in the county;
Any Democratic National Committee members [Article III: §5] registered to vote in the county;
Any publicly elected Democratic official(s) who are designated to be delegates, per Article IV, and are registered to vote in the county.