The state party has posted the draft of the 2020 national convention delegate selection plan for public comment. Also, the linked page mentions that the national convention site will be announced soon, but it was in fact announced today that the convention will be in Milwaukee.
I have submitted the following feedback regarding the plan:
I would like the state party to consider the following to the extent national rules allow (and communicate same to the DNC suggesting a change of rules if necessary):
Allowing for secret ballots at congressional district caucuses for delegates. Attendees at these caucuses come of their own accord and do not represent anyone but themselves. Therefore there is no need for the transparency of a signed ballot and this would eliminate a potential source of inappropriate political pressure.
Eliminate the gender division requirements at least at the district level as based on outdated assumptions. There will almost certainly be relative parity without it, but could be redressed when at-large delegates are elected. This eliminates awkward questions about how a person who identifies non-binary might participate and if there happen not to be enough of one gender the other gender could take the slots. (I would advocate the same changes for our state convention rules as they apply to local caucuses as well.)
Do not allow presidential campaigns to veto the candidacies of would-be delegates. This caused a lot of hard feelings in 2016. I would, however, be OK with credential challenges for candidates for delegate who were supporting a candidate other than the one s/he is pledging to support at convention as well as with campaigns communicating the names of which persons they prefer to be elected delegate.
Finally I suggest making March 3rd, rather than February 12th the cutoff for turning 18. If you can legally vote in our state primary you should be able to participate in the rest of the process as well, provided you are a registered Democrat.