What is a Precinct Organizer?
Precinct Organizers (POs) are the grassroots connection between voters and the Democratic Party. POs represent the Party in each precinct, communicating with their neighbors from a position of trust and familiarity. Elections are truly won or lost in precincts, and POs are vital to ensuring strong support for Democratic candidates and issues. Organized precincts improve performance of Democratic candidates and Democratic-backed ballot measures by as much as 3%!
What's Important About Being A Precinct Organizer?
2 Year Terms
Precinct Organizers serve a two-year term. They are either elected during the Precinct Caucus or appointed by the Party Chair.
Vote For Party Officials
Precinct Organizers are voting members of the County and State Party. They help determine the Party’s direction and platform.
Build Community Of Dems
Organized precincts perform 3% better at the ballot box for Democratic candidates and Democratic-backed ballot measures.
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Each precinct in the county has two Precinct Organizer positions. POs serve a two-year term and are either elected during the Precinct Caucus (even years) or appointed by the Party Chair. Any Democrat who registered (or pre-registered for those under 18) at least 22 days prior to Precinct Caucus and resides in their precinct is eligible to become a Precinct Organizer.
Larimer County Dems currently have 143 vacancies for Precinct Organizers! We need more POs as we gear up for the 2024 election. If you’re interested, please complete the form below.