Precinct Committee Person

Are you happy with the way things are going in our state and country? If you’re not, join the hundreds of others that plan to do something about it.  Become a Precinct Committeeperson (PCP).

The PCP is a member of their political party county committee. There are varying levels of involvement, and there is a place for YOU!

As a PCP, you will play an important role in selecting and electing candidates for a variety of responsible positions ranging from Congress to the school board. You will be the first, and possibly the most important link in the chain that makes up our representative form of government. Basically, PCPs are the voice of their neighborhoods, electing party leaders, helping determine party positions, and supporting candidates. The most important responsibility is to represent their precinct in nominating state legislators when they retire in the middle of their term.

You will not regret becoming a precinct committee person. Encourage your friends to become PCPs too. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a difference in our community, state and country. You will also enjoy new friendships as you work side-by-side with like-minded Americans.

There are three ways to become a PCP in Oregon and all of them are easy. The three ways are summarized here:

Oregon PCP Candidate Procedures

Other PCP Information

Duties and Responsibilities of Republican Party PCP

Powers and Responsibilities of Democratic Party PCP

Directory of County Election Offices






2 comments on “Precinct Committee Person

  1. don1crawford says:

    I am a PCP candidate for Precinct #42 in Klamath County. I am 62 years old and interested in being trained as a candidate for City Council in Ward 4 in Klamath Falls, OR. I believe that the next election will be in 2017.

    Don Crawford

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