Be Part of
Become a Precinct Committee
The precinct is the smallest political unit
in the country. A precinct can not be divided by legislative,
congressional or supervisor district. A precinct is where
elections are won or lost. Most importantly, it is your
neighborhood. You know the people, the schools and the community
centers. You have your hand on the pulse of the precinct; you
understand the problems and potentials and have a desire to
improve your neighborhood.
Never underestimate the power of the
precinct worker! It is the precinct worker, actively
participating in the Democratic Party at the precinct level, who
wins elections for the Democratic Party at the local, state, and
The Democratic Party begins with the Precinct
Committee Person. A Precinct Committeeperson is a representative
the Party in the precinct in which he or she
resides. For every 500 registered voters in a precinct, there
should be one precinct person of each gender. Each Precinct
Person is a member of the County Central Committee of the county
Democratic Central Committee
(CCDCC) is the highest authority in county party policies. This
body has the authority to adopt rules or resolutions covering
any matter of party government within the county. Additionally,
this is the body that establishes the policies, articulates the
beliefs and establishes the standard of all local Democratic
candidates. These basic policies, beliefs and standards are then
passed on to the
Being a Precinct Committeeperson can mean a lot of
hard work, a lot of educating and persuading and a good sense of
organization, but Precinct Committee people are the cornerstone
of the party, and can really have an impact.
Contact us at 541-412-DEMS (3367)
for more information.
Help change our community, our county, our state and our nation.
We are dedicated to making people's lives better!