All 2018 initial precinct meetings will be held during the 2-week precinct organizing window of February 5 - 19.
What's my precinct number?
You can easily look yours up here by your address. The precinct number is listed under your Polling Place Address. Then you can find your precinct meeting information below by the number in the left column.
If your precinct is not organized, you can volunteer to organize it by filling out our request form here.
If you have precinct meeting related questions, contact MCDP's 1st Vice Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the link to the 2018 Precinct Packet for organizers. This contains the two forms that each precinct needs to complete at the annual precinct meeting and return to the MCDP headquarters, along with valuable instructions about how to conduct your meeting, be an effective precinct organizer, write resolutions, etc.
What's a precinct? A precinct is the smallest voting unit of the Democratic Party. It is based on your polling place, and does not change when district lines are changed.
Precincts that have been organized are prepared to assist with voter outreach, registration, education, and GOTV efforts well before it's time to pull the lever.
Most of our Mecklenburg County Democratic precincts are organized, but a few are not. If your precinct is organized, you can contact the chair to find out what's going on locally. If it's not organized, you can volunteer to organize it - with our guidance and help!
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