How to Become an Elected PC in Arizona

Click this link to watch an online training video which describes the process for becoming an Elected Precinct Committeeman in Arizona.

If you want to become an active participant in the political process, a person who makes a difference, there is no better way to begin than to become a Precinct Committeeman. In this presentation I will refer to the precinct committeemen as PCs.

In Arizona there are two ways to become a PC. One is to be appointed.  The process for doing this is briefly described at the end of this training. However, the main focus of this training is the process for becoming an elected PC. We’ll explain why the position of elected PC is so important and tell you how you can become an elected PC.

I was assisted in this work by a group of dedicated volunteers. My thanks to Ted Vogt, Lawrence DeMoreno, Jay Miller, David Cashion and Todd Clodfelter for their assistance.
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7 Responses to How to Become an Elected PC in Arizona

  1. I was a PC for LD 16, then was a state PC, I moved to District 6. Can you help me do the forms to get elected PC in Mesa Az. 85207. Thank you.

  2. Tom P says:

    Click the attachments tab on the video and see if there’s a link to the LD 6 or Maricopa GOP sites. Other than the names the process is the same statewide. You need to get 10 signatures in you precinct by May 30, 2012.

  3. Ken Gates says:

    Might have interest. Please send email.


  4. RICHARD LEE says:

    i AM INTERESTED. My area is Bullhead – Mohave Valley

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