"The office of precinct committeeman (“PC”) has been called “the most powerful office in the land” because the PC is the closest structured political officeholder to the registered voter. A registered voter has no vote in internal Party policy; a precinct committeeman does. A PC elects district, county and state party officers, delegates to the Presidential convention, ect. PCs sent to the Pres. Convention vote on what policies the party platform will be advocated in the next two years." – PrecinctStrategy.com
Navigate Groups Quickly
Once you sign up/sign in, this is how to find state, county and party groups quickly.
1. Click on the START HERE “Go to the National Group Now” button located in the upper right corner of each and every page.
2. Click on the Drop-down menu in the National Group and find your state:
3. Click on the Drop-down menu and find your county:
4. Click on the Drop-down menu and find your party:
If you ever get lost in the system, click on the START HERE “Go to the National Group Now” button again to navagate using the drop-down menus.
Note: You can join other state and county groups if you like as well. Join any group you want or make your own. This is how we can learn from each other and proceed using best practices. Keep in mind each state and county has their own procedures. 🙂
Anybody can talk to whomever they like in this system. There are NO gatekeepers trying to stop people from communicating and sharing info.
To find all other groups, click on “Groups” in the top menu of the system: