WHAT IS A PCP?
A Precinct Committee Person is the backbone of the Republican Party. These dedicated volunteers:
* Help quality Republican candidates get elected at all levels of government through Get Out The Vote efforts and other methods
* Vote for leadership within their GOP county chapter, which impacts the party at both the state and national level.
* Act as the liaisons between Republican voters in their precincts and their GOP county chapter.
BECOME A PCP!
PCPs are either elected by their fellow Republicans or appointed by their county chapter’s Central Committe to represent the voting precinct in which they live.
To qualify as a PCP, you must be a registered Republican for 180 days.
PCP elections are held on even-numbered years during the May Primary. Canditates must file to be put on the ballot and receieve three votes.
Appointed PCPs are voted in by their county chapter’s Central Committee.
JCRP has created a central catalog of resources to support our PCPs in their important efforts. If you are a current elected or appointed Jackson County Republican PCP, you can find all manner of vital resources in our catalog to help you perform your duties and maximize your efforts. If you cannot find what you need in the catalog, please contact your JCRP PCP Coodinator at pcp.jcor.gop