The Montezuma County Democratic Party Central Committee
Your Local Party Needs---
Become a PCP and be a grassroots leader!
What's a Precinct?
Precincts are the smallest political subdivision in Colorado and are the same for all parties. Colorado has 3,010 precincts. Montezuma County has 11 precincts. Think of them as neighborhoods although out in the rural areas of the county they may stretch for miles.
Where's my Precinct?
What are PCPs?
This awkward phrase stands for Precinct Committee People, also called Precinct Organizers (and that's how we Montezuma Dems think of them). They are neighborhood organizers and are essential to our party's success at all levels. Precinct Organizers walk their neighborhoods to connect with Democrats; work to GOTV (Get Out The Vote); distribute candidate information; and keep their constituents informed of party activities, values, and initiatives.
Precinct Organizers are official party officers and members of the central committee, the local governing body of the Montezuma Dems, and they represent all the Democrats in their precinct at county central committee meetings.
They are usually elected in even-numbered election years at their precinct caucuses. They may also be appointed by the chair of the Montezuma Dems. The term of office is two years or until the next election. Their names are submitted to the Secretary of State as party officers.
In order to run for and be elected as a Precinct Organizer, you must be registered and have lived in your precinct for 30 days, and you must have been a registered Democrat for 60 days.
Who's my PCP?
Dianne Daniel: email@example.com
Susan Rain: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fred Bird: email@example.com
Megg Heath: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Pillar: email@example.com
Jody Schwindt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay Havran: email@example.com
Mike Lavey: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Wheeler: email@example.com
Alan Rolston: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulli Kerstetter: email@example.com