Indiana Democrats will hold their 2020 state convention online amid ongoing concerns about the impact of COVID-19.
The move to a virtual and remote convention, set for June 13, was unanimously approved by the party’s state central committee and announced Tuesday.
Democrats choose their nominees for lieutenant governor and attorney general at this year’s convention. They also elect the state’s delegates to the Democratic National Convention. Those votes will take place via mail-in ballot.
In a statement, party chair John Zody said vote-by-mail makes the virtual convention possible.
“Voting by mail,” he said, “is safe, secure and convenient.”
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