Basic information about the MDP’s Delegate Selection Plan, Caucuses, and State Convention

  • Maine will have 32 delegates and two alternates to the Democratic National Convention.
  • The presidential primary will be March 5, 2024, by RCV.
  • Results from the primary will determine the number of national delegates each presidential candidate will have.
  • Twenty four delegates will be elected according to the presidential primary vote, and eight will be automatic.  



Municipal and Regional Caucuses

  • Will be held Feb. 3 or 4, 2024.
  • State convention delegates and alternates will be elected without a presidential preference.
  • The local and county parties will fill vacancies, with last-minute vacancies filled by the Credentials Committee.

State Convention

  • Will be May 31 and June 1, 2024, at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor.
  • National delegate candidates will file by May 17, 2024, listing their presidential preference.
  • State convention delegates will declare their presidential preference as they register.
  • National delegates will be elected by each congressional district, and statewide.
  • DNC members will be elected, county parties will elect their DSC members, and a platform will be adopted.

Delegate Selection Plan

Read the final version of the 2024 Delegate Selection Plan here.

This page will be updated.