Precinct Chairs play an important role in influencing the democratic process through the most basic grass-roots initiatives. Many find this leadership role to be very rewarding because of the opportunities to attend county, state, and even national conventions. This position is a great way to enjoy camaraderie with other Democrats and it provides an outlet for your creativity and energy. Precinct Chairs have a seat on the County Executive Committee, the governing body of the Travis County Democratic Party. The office of precinct chair is an elected two-year position for the term 2012-2014.
If you find that your home precinct is red from the map below, it means that we need you to be a Precinct Chair or Election Judge – not having Democrats in these positions means there is no one to reach out to the Democratic voters that live there and assist them with voting. Help us turn this map completely blue by filling out the form below to let us know you’re interested in serving your precinct and we’ll get in touch with you to let you know how to apply.
Does your Precinct already have a Precinct Chair? Click here to get in contact with them!