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Precinct Power 201 What To Expect When You Are Elected

Precinct Power 201 What To Expect When You Are Elected

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What To Expect When You Are Elected
 In general, here is what will happen after your elections. Your state's actual process may vary,however this will give you an idea of what to expect.1. You will attend (it is important that you do) the County Central Committee re-organizationalmeeting;A) It occurs within a week or so of the election.B) You will be notified of the meeting by letter.
C) Only "newly elected" PC’s may vote.
 D) You will vote for the following positions on the County Central Committee:1) Chair2) Vice Chair3) Secretary4) State Committeeman5) State Committeewoman6) State Youth Committee Person7) In years with a Presidential election - Delegates to the State Convention2) Upon completion of County meeting you will vote for the officers of the State LegislativeDistrict Central Committee. You will be a voting member for these positions until your two yearterm is up.A) This happens within two weeks or so of the election.B) You will be notified of the meeting by letter or e-mail.
C) Only "newly elected" PC’s may vote.
 D) Will vote for:
1) Chair2) Vice Chair3) Secretary4) During presidential Election years you will vote for Delegates to the State ConventionFor example, in Idaho there are 35 Districts, represented by Two(2) Representatives, Positions Aand B. One (1) Senator for each District.3) Next on to the region!A) Two to three weeks from the primary electionB) You will receive timely notificationC)
 Newly elected participants vote ( No PC’s but PC’s elect those who do vote)
 D) Electors are for the following positions:1) County Chairs2) State Committeemen3) State Committeewomen4) Youth Committee Person5) District Chairs * Note all of the above are
voted into office by the PC’s, in fact you may hold
one of these positions. Yes, you can be a PC and hold other leadership roles!E) Electees are for:1) Chair2) Vice Chair3) Secretary4) State Central Committee
 Please grasp this reality. The precinct committeeman is the heart of the whole system! Oursystem of government was designed to work from the bottom up and it does
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