Make Voting Matter Survey
"Superdelegates" for the Democratic Party (unpledged delegates) participate and vote for the U.S. Presidential Nominee at the Democratic Party National Convention.

In 2017 the newly formed Democratic Party “Unity Reform Commission” is tasked with making recommendations to the Democratic Party Rules Committee regarding the Superdelegates. Please take a moment to give them your thoughts on this and a couple of related matters. (We hope to inspire other states to customize and use this format for their state, to get the results to the Unity Reform Commission, as soon as possible.)

Mahalo! Make Voting Matter Ad-Hoc Committee, Democratic Party of Hawaii

Did you vote in the March 2016 Presidential Preference Poll in Hawaii?
Did you vote in the August 2016 local election Primary in Hawaii?
Did you vote in the 2016 General Election?
The Democratic Party represents my values?
Strongly
Not at all
I have volunteered for the Democratic Party, candidates, and/or grassroots groups?
I have participated in political marches, protests, and/or letter campaigns.
Nationally, The Democratic Party has fair and democratic practices during the Presidential Primary Season
Strongly agree
Strongly Disagree
I understand how the "Superdelegate" (unpledged delegates) works to elect the Democratic Party Nominee to run in the General Election for President of the United States
Is the "Superdelegate" (unpledged) system advantageous to the Democratic Party
Should Democratic Party "superdelegates" (unpledged) be allowed to declare their choice of U.S. Presidential candidate before their State's primary, caucus or presidential preference poll?
I am against the Democratic Party's superdelegate (unpledged) system and beleive it should be eliminated.
Do you think that all delegates votes at the Democratic Party National Convention are equal in the nominating process for the Presidential nominee?
If the "superdelegate" (unpledged) system were eliminated, would more people be inclined to participate in the Democratic Party?
What measures should the Democratic Party take to encourage leadership and engagement?
Your answer
If the Democratic Party makes changes to their rules regarding "superdelegates" (unpledged), should we inform the public in a meaningful way?
For the Presidential Primary season, should the Democratic National Committee have a national policy when a tie vote occurs at the Precinct level?
For the Presidential Primary season, should a tie occur at the Precinct level, should both delegates be allowed to move on in the delegate selection process?
Hawaii passed the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) into law in 2008. As an agreement between states that sign onto it; the NPVIC bill would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It has been enacted into law in 11 states with 165 electoral votes (CA, DC, HI, IL MA, MD, NJ, NY, RI, VT, and WA). This interstate compact will take effect when enacted by states with 105 more electoral votes. The U.S. Constitution does not have to be changed to affect this dramatic change in how we select our President and Vice-President. Never again would the loser of the National Popular Vote win the White House. Should the Democratic Party push hard to get the NPVIC passed in other states?
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