Democratic Precinct Committee Person
Precinct Committee Persons were elected during the May Primary. Click here for a list of Democratic Precinct Committee Persons elected in your voting precinct. If there is no one listed in your voting precinct, there is a vacancy. Want to defeat Republicans in November? Step up to be a volunteer in your precinct!
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The Precinct Committee Person (PCP) is the most important grassroots level volunteer in the Democratic party structure. Each precinct can elect 2 precinct committee persons. Cumberland County has 118 precincts.
A Precinct Committee Person is an elected official of the Democratic Party. They actively work with the Democratic Party to win elections at the local, state, and national levels. The job of a Democratic committee person is extremely important because they represent the Democratic party in their neighborhood or precinct. The Precinct Committee Persons’ main job is to communicate with voters throughout the year, work to get Democrats elected, and promote the principles of the Democratic Party.
Every precinct in Cumberland County is permitted to have 2 PCPs and we still have openings across the county for PCP positions. PCPs can be appointed by the CCDC chair after the CCDC reorganization on June 4. These positions are VITAL to getting our Democratic candidates across the finish line in November. Interested in being part of the team that defeats Republicans in November? Contact us HERE and CCDC will be in touch about details.
- Must be a registered Democrat
- Must reside in the precinct in which elected
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