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:

  1. Represent the Party at the Precinct level
  2. Together with other PCPs and volunteers, educate voters about our issues and candidates
  3. Be a voting member of the Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Denver
  4. 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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