call a meeting of all the grassroots people who worked on the candidate's campaign. Some worked harder than others. Some have great name recognition from having worked in the party for a long time. Some have resumes that are impressive. Some gave a lot of money. Some gave great speeches at conventions for the candidate.
Everyone that shows up to the meeting gets to vote for the number of national delegate and alternate spots that are open. If someone wanting to be a delegate cannot make the meeting, then a friend throws their name into the pool of those wanting to be National delegates and alternates. Everyone agrees to abide by the outcome of that vote beforehand.
Once the outcome of the vote is determined, that is the slate of candidates for the State Convention for that particular candidate. These are called "Slate Parties." Most campaigns do it this way I believe. This is how we did it for Reagan in 1976 and 1980.
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