The Utah Democratic Party is governed by its constitution, bylaws, and any other policies adopted by its Central Committee.
We, the Democrats of the Great State of Utah, united in common purpose, acknowledge that we are a party of enduring strength, and that we must lead, guided by those we lead. These principles are essential to the democracy our country’s forefathers set forth.
We dedicate ourselves to seek individual freedom in the framework of a just society, and political freedom through meaningful participation by all citizens.
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The bylaws of the Utah Democratic Party include Six Basic Elements of an Open Party, Regional Organizations, Conventions, Central Committee and Standing Sub-committees, Executive Committee, Standing and Select Committees, and Issue and Identity Caucuses.
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This platform was approved by State Delegates during the 2020 Utah Democratic Party State Convention.
What Utah Democrats Believe
The Big Tent. We affirm that the Democratic Party is the Big Tent, open to all Utahns who share our fundamental values. We believe that our shared humanity transcends our differences. As Democrats, we will work together toward a better state and country for everyone.
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Also at the 2020 state convention, delegates approved A Resolution to the 2020 Utah State Democratic Convention Regarding COVID19.
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Allegations of harassment can be both sensitive and complex. At all times, the emotional and physical safety of the individuals involved is paramount. All proceedings held and reports generated under this policy are to be kept confidential, excepting those communications made by a participant to an individual’s spouse, physician, mental health therapist, legal counsel, or cleric, and not unto him/her or them unless also bound by the same understanding of confidentiality. Any violation of this confidentiality requirement may be the subject of a complaint under this policy.