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2024 New Hampshire Delegate Selection Plan

The NHDP has released our Delegate Selection Plan for public comment, as required by the rules of the Democratic National Committee. The plan complies with New Hampshire law establishing the first-in-the-nation primary and outlines the NHDP’s process to select delegates to the Democratic National Convention next summer. 

New Hampshire’s delegation to the Democratic National Convention includes thirty-three delegates and two alternates. Fifteen delegates will be selected at the district level following a pre-primary caucus that will be held at least seventeen days prior to the date of the New Hampshire primary. Three party leader delegates, five at-large delegates, and two alternates will be elected at a meeting of the New Hampshire delegation on April 27th, 2024. Additionally, New Hampshire has ten automatic delegates, including the NHDP Chair, Vice Chair, DNC members, and New Hampshire’s federal delegation. 

The Delegate Selection Plan also outlines goals to include representation from New Hampshire’s growing diverse communities, and plans on how to educate Granite Staters on how to become a delegate.

Read the full 2024 New Hampshire Delegate Selection Plan here.


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