Be a Precinct Leader
If you have interest in becoming a voting member of the Flagler County Democratic Party, you need to become a Precinct Leader.
What is a Precinct?
A precinct is equivalent to a neighborhood. It’s the smallest political geographical unit established by the county for voting purposes.
Flagler County has 21 precincts. By law, for each 1,000 registered Democrats in a precinct, there can be 2 Precinct Captains (aka Precinct Committeepersons), 1 male and 1 female.
What is required to be a Precinct Leader?
All that is required to be a Precinct Leader is to be a registered Democrat in your precinct and to be willing to be in contact with voters in your precinct.
What does a Precinct Captain Do?
The Precinct Committeeperson(PC) is the link between our local Democratic party and the voters in the precinct. PCs stay informed about political issues; attend the DEC monthly meetings and trainings; work to build a team of volunteers to contact precinct voters, in a variety of ways, before elections.
What are some Precinct Leader responsibilities?
The main job of a Precinct Leader is to serve as the link between our local party and the voters in your precinct. There are a number of ways you can do this – and we will help you with all of them.
What is the minimum time committment?
There is no minimum time commitment. We ask that you reach out to your neighbors on a regular basis – with our help — and help build a team of volunteers who will be available at election time to reach out to our voters.
If you want to learn more….
Send an email to us and we will get back to you.