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The Greene County Democratic Party will hold delegate selection meetings on February 28th. These selection meetings are the first step in a multi-layered election process which starts at the legislative district level and then moves forward all the way up to the national convention. The delegates selected at these meetings will take their vote to the next step at the county delegate selection meeting.
Anyone who attends the meetings is asked to sign a pledge confirming two things: that they voted in the February 5th primary election and their membership in the Democratic Party.
They also must commit to supporting one of the two Democratic candidates.
Matthew Patterson is Executive Director for the Greene County Democratic Central Committee.
He says this is a great way to get involved in the election process.
"This is just a good system of getting the grassroots out there and building up the party. I welcome anyone to come and if they have any questions about where the locations are or anything they are welcome to call the Democratic Headquarters."
Patterson says the delegate selection process will not affect the Clinton-Obama race.
He says the February 5th primary has already determined that.
What happens now is the process of choosing which delegates will represent the votes cast on February 5th in the formal nominating process.
Doors open for the legislative district delegate selection meetings at 7:00p.m. and the selection process begins at 7:30.
For more information about where these meetings will be held, you can go to www.gcmodemocrats.org or call the Greene County Democratic Headquarters at 417-886-8980.
For KSMU News, I'm Erika Brame.