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Democratic Club of Southwest Volusia County

Serving Deltona, Orange City, DeBary, Enterprise and Osteen

Hi SWVolusia,,

I hope you had a great Memorial Day weekend!

We are quickly getting closer to important dates leading up to this year's election. The Qualifying Period to file as a Precinct Committeeperson or PCP (aka Precinct Captain, Precinct Organizer) is coming next week.

If you are considering filing for the first time, or wish to continue as a PCP, you need to file during the Qualifying Period at the

Volusia County Supervisor of Elections Office.

If you have any questions or need assistance filing as a PCP please reach out to any board member or reply to this email.

You can click on the link below to complete the form. Again, this form must be submitted to the Volusia SOE. 

Note: This form needs to be notarized. If you need help finding a notary please contact us or any board member.

Click Here to Complete the Form

Why Become a Precinct Committeeperson?

As a PCP you will play a crucial role in shaping the political landscape of our community. You can be eligible to run for a DEC Officer position and/or vote at the December reorganizational meeting.

Note: If you are wanting to remain a PCP you must file with your local Supervisor of Elections to continue for 4 more years.

What is a Precinct?

A precinct is the smallest political geographical unit maintained by the county for voting purposes. Think of a precinct as your general neighborhood.

What are the responsibilities or duties of a PCP?

  • Commit to volunteer at least 2 hours monthly.

For example: attend DEC Meetings, Club or Caucus Meetings, Neighborhood Team or Field Events.

  • Build a relationship with Democratic, Independent, and No Party Affiliation (NPA) voters in your precinct.
  • Register voters and sign voters up for Vote-By-Mail (VBM) and explain to them how easy it is to vote by going door to door or at locations in the community.
  • Build a team of volunteers to help with contacting voters in the precinct.

You can do this by canvassing your precinct or communicating by phone, text and email with voters in your precinct.


If I am a current DEC member/officer do I need to complete the form?


Does this form have to be Notarized?


What happens after I complete the form?

Your name will either be placed on a ballot for Democratic Voters in your precinct to vote on or you will win by virtue of their being no opposition. Only the names of candidates with opposition in their precinct will appear on the August 20, 2024, Primary Election ballot. There is no run-off election for these positions.

How many PCP spots are up for election in my Precinct?

This number varies based on the total number of Democrats or voters in your precinct. Please check with us or the SOE for this information.

If you have any questions or need assistance filing as a PCP please reach out to any board member or reply to this email.

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