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Rules of Membership and Reorg Details

3.6 – COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE A. Composition. All of the precinct organizers of the political party in the county, all of the district captains and co-captains, if any, of the political party in the county, and the county party officers, together with the elected county public officials, the United States President or Vice President, senators and representatives, the state senators and representatives, the elected state public officials, and the district attorney, who are members of the Party and who reside within the county, shall constitute the membership of the county central committee, but multiple offices shall not entitle a person to more than one vote, excluding proxies. C.R.S. 1-3-103 (1)(b)(I) B. Term of Office. The term of office of each member of the county central committee shall be two years. C.R.S. 1-3-103 (1)(a) C. Organization Meeting. Between the 1st day of February and the 15th day of February of odd-numbered years, the county central committee shall meet at the call of the chair. The chair shall give at least 10 days’ notice of the time and place of this meeting to all persons entitled to be present. The incumbent chair shall call the meeting to order and preside until a new chair shall have been elected. At the meeting, there shall be elected a chair, vice chair, secretary, and treasurer. Any Democratic elector of the county shall be eligible for election to those offices. Each county may select any other officers provided for in the county rules. Each county shall establish a vacancy committee for vacancies in countywide elected offices. If a county fails to establish a vacancy committee, then the The Colorado Democratic Party Plan of Organization and Rules 37 Amended 13 Nov. 2021 central committee of the county shall be the vacancy committee. C.R.S. 1-3-103 (1)(c), 1-3-102 (12)

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