Become a Precinct Committeeperson (PCP)
What is a Precinct Committee Person?
All Democratic Party Precinct Committee Persons (PCPs) in Douglas County belong to the Central Committee (CC), which is the governing body of the Democratic Party of Douglas County. As a PCP, you have a voice and vote in the party when we make decisions that affect your community.
PCPs are organized by precinct. As a PCP, you are the Party’s most powerful outreach tool. It is your job to represent your neighbors in the Party and to represent the Party to your neighbors.
What are the prerequisites for becoming a PCP?
You must meet the following two criteria:
Your primary residence must be within a Douglas County precinct.
You must be registered as a Democrat. If you are unsure about your voter status or are not currently registered as a Democrat, you can look it up here.
How do I become a PCP?
There are two ways to become a PCP -- by election or by appointment.
To be elected a PCP, you need to run for election during the Primary Election that is held during even-numbered years. Unless you run a write-in campaign for the August 2, 2022 primary, the next chance to get elected to a PCP position will be in 2024.
If you have questions about being appointed, please contact the party here.
Find your precinct number:
Find out of if your precinct is vacant here:
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE APPOINTED: