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Become a Precinct Committeeperson

Precinct Committee People (PCs) are the lifeblood of the Democratic Party. Every election is won at the grass roots level.

PCs are the first line of contact between the voters in a precinct and the Democratic Party. The only qualification you need is to be willing to talk to your neighbors and to give them information about our Democratic candidates!

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Duties of a precinct committeeperson:​​

  • Provide candidate and election information to the voters.

  • Circulate petitions for candidates prior to the primary election.

  • Get to know your local elected officials, and their causes and issues. Pass on your knowledge to your voters. 

  • Attend and become involved in the party's Township meetings.

  • Represent the party's voters at the county central committee convention to elect the county central chairman and its officers. The precinct committeeman casts a total number of party votes, (weighted vote), as cast in the precinct at the recent primary election.

  • Become a voter registrar and register all qualified constituents.

  • Appoint and fill vacancies of election judges for the precinct polling place.

PCs can be elected or appointed. The term is two years. Please email us or call us for more information.

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