Update on the Status of the 2020 Democratic National Convention

On Tuesday, May 12, the DNC's Rules and Bylaws Committee voted to allow for "flexible participation" of delegate participants to the Convention to be held in mid-August. This would allow the DNCC (Democratic National Convention Committee) "maximum flexibility" in making plans for the convention.

It is uncertain at this time whether the Convention will be held in-person, virtually, or a hybrid of both methods, but we know that, should the RBC resolution be passed by the full membership of the DNC, any delegate elected to a state party delegation can "accomplish their official business" and participate in the convention in some way. Additional information can be found here.