As in years past, members in good standing were invited to submit resolutions and bylaws/constitutional changes to the convention. The submissions period opened Monday 2/22 and closed on Thursday, 4/15.
For resolutions and bylaws/constitutional changes to be considered, they must have included 100 signatures from members in good standing when submitted.
A compendium of resolutions and bylaws/constitutional changes is available here. NOTE: The compendium was updated 5/14 to add an additional resolution after re-review of submitted signatures (Resolution 38: A Socialist Horizon). It was also updated 6/11 to indicate changes in how “top national priority” priced resolutions should be understood, as well as amendments to the costs of resolutions numbers 1, 8, 20, and 37. This compendium includes all proposals submitted with at least 100 signatures from members in good standing.
The compendium includes the text of the submitted proposals, the names of the proposing member(s), a summary provided by the NPC, and a Budget and Finance committee cost estimate for each.
For member convenience, the compendium sections are broken down below.
- Introduction (including staffing and cost estimates explainers)
- Proposed Resolutions (including links to each and cost estimates)
- Proposed Constitution/Bylaws changes (including links to each and cost estimates)
Any member or group of DSA members in good standing may propose secondary amendments to the resolutions and constitution/bylaws amendments until the submissions period for amendments closes Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
Please note that resolution amendments require 100 signatures from members in good standing. Constitution/Bylaws change amendments require 250 signatures from members in good standing.