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A message from the Delegate Committee Chair:
Are you thinking about becoming a Precinct Delegate? Do you want to learn more about what a Precinct Delegate does? Join us before the Oct 5th GCRP Executive Committee Meeting from 6:00 -7:00pm (held at the Woodhaven Senior Community Clubhouse in Flint).
We will have a Notary available before the next EC meeting to help get you signed up.
Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey to help in facilitating our Delegate networking efforts here in Genesee, click here to complete the survey.
If you have any questions, please contact Delegate Committee Chair, Carolyn Nance at firstname.lastname@example.org
We urge all delegates to get in touch with us to learn about the importance of this new Delegate Committee.
The role of a precinct delegate is one of the most important, yet, least understood. Active precinct delegates can help win elections for candidates. Precinct delegates represent their neighborhood so they are elected directly by the voters of each precinct to serve as a bridge between them and their political party.
How do Delegates get elected?
Precinct Delegates are elected in the August Primary in even numbered years. Only Democratic voters choose Democratic precinct delegates and Republican voters choose Republican precinct delegates.
Each precinct is allotted a certain number of precinct delegates based on the past election. Your district or county chair will be able to tell you how many delegate positions have been allocated to your precinct and they can help walk you through the process of filling out the paperwork and filing a notarized Affidavit. Don't worry, we are here to help you with this process.
After the primary, those elected will be officially notified by the county clerk by mail. The notification will include the time and place of the district or county party convention, which will be held in August or September.
Precinct Delegates should:
Being a Precinct Delegate can be a great experince and a lot of fun! Find one or more activities (many examples are listed below) that you are comfortable getting involved with then reach out to your County Captain or other neighborhood Delegates to join forces together!
Precinct Delegates at State Convention are responsible for:
A Precinct Delegate Checklist:
Use the link below to search the MI Vote Information Center to find your polling location
Use the link below to contact your Michigan Senator and House Representatives.
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