File for PCO by 4 p.m., Friday, May 18

Whether you’re thinking about becoming a precinct committee officer (PCO) or you already are one, this week is your only chance to become an elected PCO for the 2019–2020 election cycle.

Filing is fast, easy, and free, but you must file before Friday, May 18, at 4 p.m. All you need to do to file is verify that your voter registration is up to date and provide some basic contact information.


Learn more and file for PCO


If you’re on the fence, here are just a few good reasons to become a PCO:

Special Voting Privileges—Only PCOs get to elect party leaders, including state and county Democratic Party committee members and legislative district officers. PCOs also get to vote to fill vacant partisan offices, like state legislative seats!

Get to Know Your Neighbors—PCOs are the heart of grassroots organizing. As a PCO, you connect with your neighbors, learn what matters to them, and work to make an impact together. If that sounds hard—don’t worry, we offer training!

Make a Difference—One of the best ways to address the issues you care about is to elect people who share your values, from legislators to judges to school board members. As a PCO, you take the lead on getting out the vote in your precinct.

Complimentary Membership—Democratic PCOs in the 45th District receive a complimentary 45th District Democrats membership for the length of their term, which means you get to vote on our endorsements and you’re eligible to run for leadership positions.