Become a Precinct Committeeman

The Importance of Being a Committeeman

A Precinct Committeeman, or PC, is an elected official who represents the Republican Party as a liaison of the people to the party for two years.  If you have ever been unhappy with internal party policies, or leaders, you must become a PC and get involved. A regular voter can’t change party leadership, only a PC can. There are 748 Precincts in Maricopa County alone, each precinct is limited between 8 or 12 seats. Unfortunately too often many seats are left vacant, usually with half ever filled statewide. If enough conservatives become a PC we can fundamentally take control of the Party and recreate the GOP as a pure constitutional force.

Maricopa County Only

Find out what Precinct you live in using the Maricopa District Locator

Once you have that information, print out the Write-in Nomination Paper and fill it in completely

Precinct Committeemen may only drop off their Write-in Nomination Paper at the 24-hour secure drop box in the MCTEC parking lot, 510 S 3rd Ave. in Phoenix. Staff will check the drop box until the filing deadline on Wednesday, May 20 at 5 p.m. For questions, call at 602-506-1511.

     Elections MCTEC Office
     510 S. Third Ave.
     Phoenix AZ 85003
     Normal Hours: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. Monday – Friday

Other Counties

Contact your local Recorders Office for more information

Apache – (520) 866-6179
Cochise – (520) 432-8350
Coconino – (928) 679-7850
Gila – (928) 402-8740
Graham – (928) 428-2828
Greenlee – (928) 865-2632
La Paz – (928) 669-6136
Mohave – (928) 753-0701
Navajo – (928) 524-4194
Pima – (520) 724-4350
Pinal – (520) 866-6830
Santa Cruz – (520) 375-7990
Yavapai – (928) 771-3244
Yuma – (928) 373-6020

We need constitutional fortitude from our elected officials. We need Borders. We need less government in our lives. We need to empower entrepreneurs to grow by getting out of their way. The federal government has too much control.