Become a PCP
What is a PCP?
A PCP, or Precinct Committee Person, is the representative of the Democratic Party in your neighborhood. PCPs are elected at the precinct caucus and serve a two-year term. PCPs can also be appointed by the Chair with the advice of the Sub-District Captain and Co-Captain to fill a vacancy.
To be a Democratic Party PCP you must:
- Be a registered Democrat
- Either be elected in a Primary or request to be appointed by the party between elections
- Live in the precinct you represent
How can I Become a PCP?
Contact the Captain in your house sub-district. To find her/his contact information, click on your house district here and scroll down to the officer list.
Some of the duties and responsibilities of PCPs:
- Represent the Party at the Precinct level
- Together with other PCPs and volunteers, educate voters about our issues and candidates
- Be a voting member of the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Denver
- Work to elect Democratic Party nominees by registering voters and helping to Get Out the Vote in your precinct
Where May I Get More Information?
Download the PCP Handbook to learn more.
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