BECOME A PRECINCT COMMITTEE PERSON
The role of the PC (Precinct Committee Person) is at the core of political party activity. It's our ground game.
As a PC, you are a representative of the Arizona Democratic Party in your precinct, or neighborhood.
Elections are truly won or lost in precincts, and PCs are vital to ensuring strong Democratic support for Democratic candidates and issues.
PCs are elected during the Primary election and serve a two-year term. PCs can also be appointed by the Legislative District 23 Chair. Any registered Democrat is eligible to be a PC in the precinct where they live as long as they are willing to do the work!
The primary role of the PCs for each precinct is to:
serve as the connection between the Democratic Party, the voters, and our Democratic elected officials
represent your entire precinct within the party
Duties of a PC
Stay informed on local current issues and candidates.
Attend the monthly meetings of Legislative District 23. They occur the third Tuesday of the month, from 6:30 to 8:30pm, and Happy Hours on the last Friday of the month at 6:00pm.
Attend training sessions to improve skills and effectiveness as a PC. Learn how to use the VAN (Voter Activation Network), maintained by the Arizona Democratic Party to create walking and phone banking lists.
Support nominees of the Democratic Party and educate voters in your precinct about the Democratic Party, its nominees, and Democratic issues.
Participate in our district's recurring donation program at any amount or recruit a willing donor.
Recruit and maintain contact with precinct volunteers to assist with Democratic Party activities such as door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, and/or informational gatherings.
Collect contact information and pertinent information from Democrats in your precinct and submit that information to the Arizona Democratic Party in a timely fashion.
Promote the Active Early Voting List (AEVL)
Inform voters in your precinct about the AEVL and encourage signing up.
Get Out The Vote (GOTV)
Help GOTV on Election Day and, when possible, throughout the 72 hours preceding Election Day.
Build relationships with Democrats in your precinct by door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, and/or organizing informational gatherings to share information regarding Democratic candidates, issues or values.