THE PRECINCT & THE PCO
- The smallest legal group of voters
- Ideally, 10 sq. blocks, 150 houses, 300 voters
- Approximately 150 to 200 precincts per legislative district
- 1,000 per congressional district
- All presided over by, arguably, the most important person in our political
organization - the PCO, elected or appointed.
Most important, the PCO is organizationally the closest to the voter.
The PCO has a two-fold duty:
- Participate and represent his or her Republicans in the caucus/convention
- Identify the precinct Republicans and induce them to vote on election day.