Democrats are planning to make some big changes to the party’s presidential nomination process to make the process more accessible to independents and others.
Senators and House members from the party are scheduled to meet with a number of outside groups and other groups to discuss the changes, including the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, the National Institute of Democratic Policy Research, and the Democracy Corps.
In addition to some changes in the 2020 nominating process, the groups plan to focus on voter turnout.
In the coming months, they plan to gather more data about turnout in presidential elections and look for ways to improve turnout and reach more voters.
Here are a few of the groups’ ideas for how they’d tackle the 2020 election: The Senate Democrats plan to make it easier for Democrats to nominate candidates for the Senate in 2020 by creating a “vote by mail” process that allows candidates to receive the nominations they need to win by mail from the Secretary of State’s office and the Secretary, the party said in a statement.
The Senate will also expand the use of electronic voting machines and the availability of ballot access programs, the statement said.
The group is also working with the DNC to improve voting and participation, the senators said.
Democrats are also considering using a combination of new technology and other tools to increase voter turnout, the group said.
It’s also exploring ways to increase the reach of candidates by making it easier to participate in primaries, caucuses, and elections in cities and towns across the country, the Senate Democrats said.