Materials for Today's Caucus! March 26, 2022

Welcome to the 2022 46th District Caucus!

Below are quick links to all of the materials you will need for today.


First, Have you Been moved to a New District?

Reminder:  Lake Forest Park and Kenmore are now part of the 1st LD, and Laurelhurst is now part of the 43rd LD.  Windermere remains in the 46th LD. The 1st LD Dems and the 43rd LD Dems each have a caucus on Saturday, too.  We had no members in good standing moved to the 36th or the 32nd.  Links to those districts' caucus pages on their websites:

1st Legislative District Democrats Caucus Page

43rd Legislative District Caucus Page


Do you want to run for Delegate?

You may nominate yourself from the floor at the caucus, or you may nominate yourself at the link below before 10:00am.

Sign up here to run to be a Convention delegate

If you want to make a difference and help write the Platform of the Democratic Party of the State of Washington in 2022, then you should run for delegate to the Democratic Convention to be held this June 25th.

Click Here for Draft 2022 WSDCC Platform

Do you see a plank that you want to change?  The way to do that is to be a convention delegate, and the only way to become a convention delegate is to register and attend the Caucus this Saturday!*

The Caucus is all online, and it's easy to sign up and attend!

*Note:  if you cannot attend the caucus on Saturday due to religious reasons, work, or other conflict, but wish to run for delegate, please contact [email protected], and we can make accommodations for you, and assist you.


Who is running for Delegate already?

Voters Guide to Candidates for Delegate

Candidate Note Sheet


The Caucus will be held via Zoom meeting on Saturday, March 26th, starting at 10:00am.  The Zoom meeting will open at 9:00am to start check-in.

You do not need to be a party member already to run for delegate - you can join when your register!   

Link to join the caucus Zoom:


Materials for the Caucus:

Click here for Proposed Caucus Agenda and Rules

2022 WSDCC Delegate Selection and Affirmative Action Plan


Information about the Convention itself:

This convention will be held physically in Tacoma, Washington, with a virtual participation option for those who would prefer to not attend in person for any reason.

Any individual who resides in the district and identifies themselves as a Democrat and will be 16 on or before General Election Day is eligible to run and serve as a Delegate to the State Convention, regardless of whether they are a district member, or not.  US Citizenship is not required to be a convention delegate.

Sign up here to run to be a Convention delegate

Click here to join the Zoom Caucus meeting today

If you need ANY assistance with the caucus itself or running for convention delegate before 10:00am on Saturday March 26, please contact [email protected]

After 10:00am, assistance will only be available within the meeting Zoom Room.