What is a PC?
"The most important job I ever held was that of Precinct Committeeman." -Harry Truman
A PC represents the Arizona Democratic Party in each precinct, or neighborhood. The role of Precinct Committee Person (PC) is at the core of political party activity; it’s our ground game. Elections are truly won or lost in precincts, especially in Maricopa County, and PCs are vital to ensuring strong Democratic support for Democratic candidates and issues.
How do I become a PC?
PCs are elected during the Primary election and serve a two-year term. PCs can also be appointed by the LD 22 Chair. Any registered Democrat is eligible to be a PC in the precinct where she/he lives as long as they are willing to do the work!
The primary role of the PCs for each precinct is to work together; to serve as the connection between the Democratic Party, the voters and our Democratic elected officials; and to represent your entire precinct within the Party.
Who are my PC's?
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Advantages and Opportunities
Have access to more information about issues and policy than is found in mainstream media.
Additionally, as a future candidate for elected office, gain:
Duties and Responsibilities
Stay informed about local and national issues and candidates and share Democratic ideas with other voters.
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It’s an easy way to get involved in state politics, stay informed on the bills that directly affect us, and make sure our elected officials hear the wishes of us, their constituents.
We support working families and businesses in our district by educating voters on issues affecting our district and working to elect Democrats at the local, district, county, state and national level who will champion the people and interests of our district.