Who can be a Democratic PCP?
- Any voter who has been registered with the Democratic Party for at least 180 days prior to filing to run. If you file on May 19th (the last possible day) you will have had to be a registered Democrat since November 21st, 2019.
- There can be one PCP for every 250 registered Democratic voters per precinct
You will need your precinct number to complete the SEL105 form. You can find yours using the search tool below! All you need to do is enter the address where you are registered to vote, and find your address among the results.
If your address isn’t showing up, try abbreviating your street type (i.e. “232 NE 9th Ave” and not “232 NE 9th Avenue” or “Ave.”).
That’s what you’ll need to put on your PCP form to file!
Voter Registration: You must be registered to vote in the county where you are running to serve as a PCP and you must return your filing form to your local county elections office. You must also be a registered Democrat in your precinct for a minimum of 180 days prior to your filing date in order to become a Democratic PCP.