Alexis L. Beamon is an activist, volunteer recruiter, and community organizer with 20 years experience. Her favorite causes are Education, Health Care, and Animal Welfare. Alexis served on the the California Democratic Party as an Executive Board Member (2007-2009). She is a graduate of the LA African American Public Policy Institute. She earned her MBA from Pepperdine University. Alexis spent all her free time this past year raising a Labrador puppy named, Gouda, to be a guide dog.
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Due to the extension of “stay at home” orders, Congressional District delegates to the Democratic National Convention will be selected through an online process managed by the Presidential campaigns.
Ballots were emailed out on the morning of Fri June 5, 2020 by the Elizabeth Warren Campaign. If you requested a ballot, check your inbox and spam box for your online ballot. Please submit your vote by 5:00PM PST Sunday, June 7, 2020.
To participate, you must request your online ballot. Online ballot requests are no longer accepted. Requests were accepted through May 28th @ 5PM. Only registered Democrats receive an online ballot.
The process timeline is as follows:
- Thu May 28, 2020 at 5:00 PM, Ballot request period ends
- Fri June 5, 2020, Ballots emailed out by Elizabeth Warren Campaign
- Sun June 7, 2020 at 5:00 PM, Deadline to submit online ballots
- Tue June 9, 2020 Results counted and finalized by Elizabeth Warren Campaign
Check the map below to confirm you live in the 37th Congressional District (Rep. Karen Bass). The district includes South Los Angeles, Crenshaw, Baldwin Hills, Miracle Mile, Pico-Robertson, Century City, Cheviot Hills, West Los Angeles, Culver City, Mar Vista, View Park, and Ladera Heights.
You may participate in the CD37 Elizabeth Warren caucus, if you registered to vote Democrat in the district. If you registered outside the district, please share this site with other Democrats. Delegate caucuses are not advertised by the campaign or the Democratic Party.
What’s a delegate?
A delegate is a person who attends the Democratic National Convention to confirm the democratic nominee for President of the United States. Most voters do not know about this process. They vote in the primary election and think that is all, but there is much more. When you vote in a delegate caucus, you complete your role as a voter in the presidential nomination process.
What’s the difference between a delegate caucus and the primary election?
The primary election is run by the government. Voters cast ballots at polling centers or by mail. A caucus is run by a political campaign. Usually, voters cast ballots at one location. This year, voters will cast ballots online due to health safety concerns.
Why have I not heard about this before?
This delegate caucus is run by the Elizabeth Warren presidential campaign. The campaign spends all funds to get out the vote for primary election and then relies on local activists to promote delegate caucuses. Now that you’re in the know, please inform your neighbors. Help spread the word by sharing this website.