34 district-level, 11 at-large, 7 pledged PLEO [Party Leader and Elected Official], 8 unpledged.
Allocated proportionally, with a 15 percent threshold. Within a congressional district, if no candidate reaches 15 percent, the threshold shall be the percentage of the vote received by the front-runner in the district, minus 10 percent.
On Feb. 5, voters will participate in precinct/congressional district caucuses to choose delegates to the state convention (May 23-25). Delegates will be chosen there to attend the national convention.
Delegates are allocated proportionally with a 15 percent threshold.
15 pledged (10 district-level, 3 at-large selected at state convention on April 5, 2 PLEOs selected at state convention on April 5), 8 unpledged (7 unpledged PLEOs who are confirmed by the DNC secretary to the Delaware Democratic Party no later than March 1, and 1 unpledged add-on delegate that will be selected at the state convention on April 5).
Jan. 19 — pre-primary congressional district caucus to slate district-level delegates Feb. 12 — Presidential Primary Election; Feb. 19 — district-level delegates allocated proportionally according to primary; April 3 — state party committee selects unpledged add-on and pledged PLEO; May 1 — state party committee chooses at-large delegates.
In 2004, Democrats held a non-binding Jan. 13 primary. Delegates were chosen at a Feb. 14 caucus, Mar. 6 convention and April 29 state convention.
The DNC recognizes Florida as having zero delegates because the chosen primary date violates DNC rules. Florida would normally receive 210 Delegates (121 district-level, 40 at-large, 24 pledged PLEO, 3 unpledged add-ons, 22 unpledged PLEO).
Democrats will appeal the nominee if their delegates are not seated. If delegates are seated, they will be allocated proportionally with a 15 percent threshold.
53 pledged, 32 unpledged. Of the 153 pledged delegates, 100 are district-level delegates elected at Feb. 5 primary; 20 are pledged PLEO delegates who will be selected May 5, 2008 by a quorum of the district-level delegates; and 33 at-large delegates who will be selected May 5, 2008 by a quorum of the district-level delegates).Of the 32 unpledged delegates, 29 are unpledged PLEOs that will be confirmed by the DNC secretary to the Illinois Dem party no later than March 1, 2008, and the other 3 are unpledged add-on delegates that will be selected May 5, 2008.
21 district-level, 7 at-large, 4 pledged PLEO, 8 unpledged. Delegates are allocated proportionally with a 15 percent threshold.
Democrats' "first determining step" is the Feb. 5 local unit conventions. District conventions will be held April 12 to select district-level delegates. The state convention is scheduled for May 17. There, unpledged add-on, pledged PLEOs and at-large delegates will all be chosen.
51 pledged, 8 unpledged delegates. Of the 51 pledged delegates, 34 are district-level delegates who will be elected at congressional district conventions on June 7, 2008; 6 are pledged PLEOs who will be elected June 7; 11 at-large delegates who will be elected June 7. Of the 8 unpledged delegates, 7 are unpledged PLEOs who will be confirmed by DNC Secretary to Kentucky Democratic Party by March 1, 2008; 1 unpledged add-on delegate who will be selected by the state convention June 7, 2008.
The DNC approved a delegate plan for the Michigan Democrats for a state-party-run caucus on Feb. 9 that would have given the party 156 delegates under this allottment: 83 district-level, 26 unpledged PLEO, 2 unpledged add-ons, 17 pledged PLEO, 28 at-large delegates. However, because the Michigan Democratic Party decided to comply with state legislation and take part in the Jan. 15 primary, the DNC is penalizing the state all of its delegates.
Biden, Edwards, Obama and Richardson have withdrawn their names from the Jan. 15 primary citing the DNC's Feb. 5 cut-off date and the state Supreme Court ruled against an effort by the state legislature to force the candidates to put their names on the ballot. Currently the Democratic ballot lists Clinton, Dodd, Gravel, Kucinich or Uncommitted and includes a write-in option.
Democrats hold four precinct caucuses on Feb. 5, followed by county unit caucuses (which are county caucuses everywhere except Duluth and St. Cloud, where they are based on the state Senate districts), then congressional caucuses and finally the state convention.
When caucus-goers sign in they agree that they are not active members of another party and that they intend to vote for a Democrat in the general election.
72 are pledged and 16 are unpledged. Of the 72 pledged delegates, 47 are district-level, 16 are at-large and 9 are PLEOs; of the 16 unpledged, 8 are DNC members, 5 are Democratic members of Congress, 1 is a distinguished party leader and 2 are add-ons.
Caucus Closed (May 13 primary also will be held but will have no bearing on delegate allocation)
Feb. 9, 2008
24 are pledged and 7 are unpledged. Of the 24 pledged delegates, 16 are district-level, 5 are at-large and 3 are PLEOs. Of the 7 unpledged delegates, 5 are DNC members, 1 is a Dem member of Congress and 1 is an add-on. District-level delegates are designated by a three-part caucus/convention system that kicks off with the Feb. 9, 2008 precinct caucuses, which will elect delegates to county conventions that will be held between June 1 and June 10. The state convention will be held June 28.
7 are superdelegates. 14 voting delegates at stake. Proportionally allocated with 15 percent threshold. If one candidate gets 66 percent of all the votes in, all delegates are allocated to that candidate.
141 pledged, 20 unpledged. Of the 141 pledged: 92 are district-level delegates who will be selected at a pre-primary caucus Jan. 3, 2008 and then certified by Ohio Democratic Party to DNC Secretary within three days after their election is certified by the Secretary of State in early April; 18 pledged PLEOs will be selected at the State Executive Committee meeting on May 10, 2008; and 31 at-large delegates who will be selected by the state executive committee on May 10.Of the 20 unpledged: 10 are DNC members, 7 are Dem members of Congress, 1 is Dem Gov. Ted Strickland; they will be confirmed by DNC Secretary to Ohio Dem Party by March 1, 2008. The 2 remaining unpledged delegates are add-ons who will be selected May 10, 2008 by the state Democratic executive committee after being nominated by the state chair.
158 pledged, 30 unpledged. Of the 158 pledged delegates, 103 are district-level delegates that will be selected in the April 22 primary; 20 are pledged PLEOs that will be selected June 7, 2008; and 35 are at-large delegates that will be selected June 7, 2008. Of the 30 unpledged delegates, 27 are unpledged PLEOs that are automatic delegates and 3 are unpledged add-on delegates who will be selected by the state Democratic committee on June 7, 2008.
193 are pledged and 35 are unpledged. Of the 193 pledged delegates, 126 are district-level, 42 are at-large and 25 are PLEOS. Of the 35 unpledged delegates, 32 are PLEOs and 3 are add-ons.
Precinct conventions will be held March 4, 2008, after the primary election, to select delegates to county conventions. Those who voted in the Democratic primary election can participate in the precinct conventions.
15 of the 23 delegates are allocated proportionally with a 15 percent threshold (10 district delegates allocated proportionally based on the statewide primary results as Vermont has only one Congressional District;.5 delegates allocated based on the primary vote statewide, with three of those being at-large delegates and 2 pledged PLEOs (Party Leaders and Elected Officials). The remaining 8 delegates consist of:7 unpledged PLEO delegates (5 Democratic National Committee members, 2 Members of Congress, 1 Senator, 1 Representative) and 1 unpledged "add-on" (selected by a quorum of elected district level delegates).
83 pledged, 20 unpledged. Of the 83 pledged: 54 are district-level delegates that will be apportioned based on the Feb. 12 primary results in city and county caucuses in April and then congressional district conventions in May; 11 pledged PLEOs who will be selected at state convention June 7; 18 at-large delegates who will be selected at the state convention June 7.Of the 20 unpledged: 18 are unpledged PLEOs (confirmed by the DNC Secretary to the state party by March 1) and two unpledged add-on delegates that will be selected at the state convention.
51 district-level; 17 at-large; 10 pledged PLEO; 17 unpledged PLEO; 2 unpledged add-on. Delegates are allocated proportionally with a 15 percent threshold, but there is no threshold for the precinct caucuses.
Congressional District Delegates are selected at the Congressional District caucuses May 17, on June 15, unpledged add-on, pledged PLEO and at-large are selected.
A statewide presidential primary for both parties is held Feb. 19 but it is completely non-binding for Democrats. Binding precinct caucuses are held Feb. 9. On April 5, Democrats will hold Legislative District Caucuses. On April 19, they will hold County Conventions. On May 17, they will hold Congressional District Caucuses. State convention is held June 14-15.
28 are pledged and 11 are unpledged. Of the 28 pledged delegates, 18 are district-level, 7 are at-large and 3 are PLEOs. Of the 11 unpledged delegates, six are DNC members, 3 are Democratic members of Congress, 1 is a distinguished party leader and 1 is an add-on.