NON-STATUTORY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF PRECINCT COMMITTEE OFFICER
Specific duties and responsibilities of a precinct committee officer are usually determined by either the county or state central committees. The following duties are commonly assigned to precinct committee officers by their party organization:
-Keep informed on current issues and candidates, study the
-Attend meetings of county committees and actively participate in fund-raising activities.
-Obtain lists of registered voters from the County Auditor's office.
-Canvass the precinct and become acquainted with the voters residing therein.
-Establish a record of eligible voters and party members within the precinct.
-Encourage voter registration within the precinct
-Distribute party election materials during election campaigns.
-Recommend party members to work as precinct election officers.
-Encourage voters to get out and vote on election day.
-Encourage the use of absentee ballots.
-Hold precinct caucuses at certain selected times for the purpose of adopting resolutions and selecting delegates to the county conventions.
Individuals who are interested in serving as a precinct committee officer should contact the chairman of the county central committee of their party or the state committee office of that party.