What is a "Noncommitted delegate"?

Colorado Democratic Party’s explanation of the “Noncommitted delegate” choice on the Democratic

Pary ballot for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election:

The Colorado presidential primary election is a "binding" primary. Every candidate, including the

noncommitted delegate choice, must receive 15% of the vote in a Congressional District or statewide in

the presidential primary election to be apportioned a delegate to the Democratic National Convention.

Congressional District delegates are elected at Colorado Democratic Party's (CDP) Congressional District

conventions on April 11, 2024, and at-large delegates are elected at the CDP State Convention on April

13, 2024. For additional information, please contact delegate2024@coloradodems.org.

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