Become a Precinct Regional Coordinator
What is a PRC?
A PRC, or Precinct Regional Coordinator, is the representative of the Montrose County Democratic Party in your neighborhood.
PRCs are elected at the precinct caucus and serve a two-year term. PRCs can also be appointed by the MCDP Chair with the advice of the Executive Committee to fill a vacancy.
To be a Democratic Party PRC, you must:
- Be a registered Democrat
- Request to be appointed by the Montrose County Democratic Party between elections
- Live in the precinct you represent
How Can I Become a PRC?
Contact the chair of the Montrose County Democratic Party by calling 970-275-0190 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating that you wish to be appointed as a PRC in your precinct.
As a PRC, here are some of the duties and responsibilities that you may be asked to perform:
- Represent the Democratic Party at the precinct level
- Together with other PRCs and volunteers, educate voters about our issues and candidates
- Attending monthly meetings
- Work to elect Democratic Party nominees by registering voters and helping to “get out the vote” in your precinct