Precinct Committeemen

Become A PC


2016 Elections for Precinct Committeemen is coming up in August 2016.

Signatures must be gathered in order to be elected and this year

must be submitted to County Elections no later than June 1st.

To become a Precinct Committeeman please

click on the Volunteer button below.



Precinct committeeman (“PC”) are “the most powerful office in the world” because the PC is the closest political officeholder to the registered voter. A registered voter has no vote in internal Party policy; a precinct committeeman does. A precinct committeemen elects district, county and state party officers, delegates to the Presidential convention and Republican National Convention members. Precinct committeemen sent to the Presidential Convention vote on what policies the party platform will promote in the next 4 years. Through a monthly meeting, PCs interact with their elected Party officials to influence legislation. The 2013-2014 handbook will be released soon.

Here is the point: the Party does have good conservatives in it who are willing to take positions of Party leadership. Electing conservative leadership candidates is not possible without like-minded precinct committeemen. As a PC, you devote time to specific tasks. Such tasks as helping to get out the vote on election day and telling the voters in your precinct about the best candidates, how best to vote on initiatives, etc. Politics matter. Look at the results of the last election. Voting for the Party leadership, needs a precinct committeemen who is a registered conservative Republican voter. It’s that simple.




Click here to volunteer to become a PC or support the PCRC.

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