The Democratic Party must make a major effort to involve itself with the social and economic problems of the States on the local as well as state-wide level. It is obvious today that a party can no longer be successful if the voters identify it only as a mechanism to elect its own to office and if the only time the public hears from it is during a partisan election when it is seeking votes. It has also been made clear that a party must keep attracting new blood and developing attractive candidates at all levels in order to win elections.