How Many Delegates Does PA Have At The Conventions?

Democratic Convention, 188 Total Delegates, 30 of them officially uncommitted:

  • 103 district delegates are to be allocated proportionally to presidential contenders based on the primary results in each of the State’s 19 congressional districts.
    • CD 9: 3 delegates
    • CDs 5, 10, 16, 17, 19: 4 delegates each
    • CDs 3, 4, 11, 12, 15, 18: 5 delegates each
    • CDs 6: 6 delegates each
    • CDs 1, 7, 8, 13, 14: 7 delegates each
    • CD 2: 9 delegates
  • In addition, 55 delegates are to be allocated to presidential contenders based on the primary vote statewide.
    • 35 at-large National Convention delegates
    • 20 Pledged PLEOs
  • 30 National Convention delegates consist of
    • 27 Unpledged PLEO delegates:
      • 13 Democratic National Committee members.
      • 12 Members of Congress (1 Senator and 11 Representatives).
      • 1 Governor.
      • 1 Distinguished Party Leader.
    • 3 Unpledged “add-on”s (selected by the Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee).

GOP Convention, 74 Delegates, all of them officially uncommitted:

  • 62 of the Commonwealth’s 74 delegates to the Republican National Convention will be directly elected in a LOOPHOLE type primary, in which delegates are elected separately from a presidential preference “beauty contest”. Each of Pennsylvania’s congressional districts are assigned 3 base delegates each; in addition, the 5 “highest-ranked” (in terms of how well they have supported GOP candidates over the last four years) of the 19 congressional districts will get 1 extra delegate.
    • CD 1: 3
    • CD 2: 3
    • CD 3: 3
    • CD 4: 4
    • CD 5: 3
    • CD 6: 3
    • CD 7: 3
    • CD 8: 3
    • CD 9: 4
    • CD 10: 4
    • CD 11: 3
    • CD 12: 3
    • CD 13: 3
    • CD 14: 3
    • CD 15: 3
    • CD 16: 3
    • CD 17: 3
    • CD 18: 4
    • CD 19: 4

Rule 8.4 of the Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania’s Rules states that all delegates elected by Congressional District “…shall run at large within the Districts and shall not be officially committed to any particular candidate on the ballot.”

  • 10 more at-large delegates will be chosen on June 10 at the State GOP committee meeting.
  • 3 final at-large delegates are pre-set, the national committeeman and woman, and the state GOP chair.

 [data from The Green Papers]

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15 responses to “How Many Delegates Does PA Have At The Conventions?

  1. Go Barack.

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  3. Carole Sultage

    Why should citizens even vote if some of the delgates already committed

  4. I really dont “get” the delegate rationale? How does an individual vote even count in reationship to a delegate or superdelegate? I am in Bucks County PA.

  5. Read my letter in tomorrow’s (march 10) Philadelpiha Inquirer re. superdelegates, and how that system is simply wrong.

  6. Why does CNN fail to mention Kasich in post debate is the only Sain candidate in either party

  7. Lori Folcarelli

    We the people obviously have no say. These delegates can vote however they want to. Very sad.

  8. How do we find out who these delegates we vote for are going to vote for at the convention? The dems make it known I believe. But we have to vote for these people with no idea if they’ll go with our candidate. Very shady imo. Maybe we try to contact each delegate candidate in our cong. dist.

  9. We all have to contact and threaten to vote dem, if they dont back our guy…sorry but if they are playing dirty politics, we gotta get in the mud and fight. CANT HAVE CRUZ… TRUST ME

  10. Pa.’s republican committee is even more corrupt than the rnc. I have been trying to nail down the delegates for my congressional district, but to this point I haven’t found any. I have found that there ar 14 or 17 for the 18th district and only 7 have been chosen. Names not released at this time and whom they are backing is a secret. I may not even vote if I can’t vote for the delegate that is committed to my choice for POTUS.

  11. I have complete information on the presidential election process on my non-partisan website. I also am compiling a listing of who candidates support (starting with NEPA, where I live.)
    http://www.vote-pa.com/

  12. Here is a partial list of delegate names along with who they are voting for.
    Depending on which district you live in,you’ll either vote for 3 or 4.Hope this helps! http://www.poconorecord.com/assets/pdf/PR13971214.PDF

  13. Go to: http://www.mcall.com/news/local/elections/mc-pa-republican-delegates-presidential-picks-20160420-story.html and scroll down to your district. The candidates are there, and their preferences.

  14. Morning Call is inaccurate and incomplete. Pocono Record is better, but still incomplete. The only resource currently maintaining an accurate record of all delegates that have been vetted on social media to ensure that is how they are voting it Vote PA.
    http://www.vote-pa.com/

    #votepa

  15. Gstdalley@gmail.com

    Please vote for canadate who gets the most votes don’t let our people think we are crooked

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