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FILING WEEK IS HERE: All PCOs (current and prospective) must file the week of May 6th through May 10th at 5pm.

File for PCO today! (after May 6th)

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Make a Real Difference, Starting With Your Neighborhood

A Precinct Committee Officer (PCO) is one of the most important roles in the Democratic Party. They serve on the front lines of our elections, engage directly with their neighbors, build strong communities and ensure strong Democratic turnout in all elections.

What are a PCO’s duties?

  • Make sure neighbors in your precinct are registered to vote
  • Remind neighbors in your precinct to vote
  • Vote on party priorities and leadership
  • Decide which candidates to endorse

Why are PCOs important?

PCOs are the backbone of the local Democratic party:

  • Neighborhoods with PCOs have higher voter turnout
  • PCOs vote on and endorse candidates for office all the way from school board to state legislature. They help connect voters to those who hold those offices.
  • PCOs can build toolkits and best practices that can be shared amongst Legislative Districts
  • Many future elected officials begin as a PCO – having a strong pool of PCOs leads to a strong pipeline for future party leadership

What is my precinct?

Need help finding your legislative district, or precinct? Enter your address, and we’ll point you in the right direction.

visit: https://kingcounty.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=4412d015887a42fbb271be454852a15f

Where do I file to be a PCO candidate?

Online PCO filing is available 24 hours a day starting May 6, 2022, at 8am and ending on May 10, 2022 at 5pm.


Before then:

Important 2024 PCO Candidate Dates

May 6 – Candidate filing begins at 8am

May 10 – Candidate filing ends at 5pm

May 13 – Last date for candidates to withdraw*

July 13 – Ballots mailed for Primary Election

August 2 – Primary Election Day

August 16 – Primary Election Certified

Things to know:

  • No filing fee
  • Name only shows up on ballot if contested race
  • *If, after last date to withdraw, there is only one candidate in a precinct, that candidate is deemed elected and King County Elections will issue certification of election
  • Candidate filings become part of the public record

Looking for the PCO Appointment Process?

Go here