2024 National Convention

From August 19-22, 2024, delegates from around the country will gather in Chicago for the Democratic National Convention. 

Because the primary goal of the Democratic National Convention is to nominate candidates for President and Vice President of the United States, the primary duty of delegates is to vote for a nominee. Delegates are allotted to candidates based on the vote share they receive in each state’s primary contest, and national delegates must pledge to a specific candidate at the time that they run. Delegates must also be registered as Democrats by March 15th.


Utah has 34 national delegates, allotted as follows:

  • 4 automatic PLEO delegates (Chair, Vice Chair, 2 National Committee Members)
  • 4 PLEO (Party Leader and Elected Officials) delegates 
  • 6 at-large delegates
  • 20 district-level delegates
    • 4 in CD-1
    • 6 in CD-2
    • 4 in CD-3
    • 6 in CD-4
  • 3 at-large alternate delegates

There must be gender parity within delegates, meaning that, if no non-binary person files, there must be an equal number of men and women delegates for each congressional district or at-large slot.



November 6th: Delegate filing forms become available HERE or at the Utah Democratic Party office at 825 N 300 W Suite C400, Salt Lake City, UT 84103

March 4 – 15th: Filing period for all delegate positions. Forms can be submitted to the UDP office, or emailed to convention@utdem.org

April 27th: Delegates are elected at the Utah Democratic Party state convention

August 19th – 22nd: National convention convenes in Chicago


The full draft of the UDP’s 2024 Delegate Selection Plan can be found here.

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