Precinct Organization

There are three critical ingredients to democratic renewal and progressive change in America: good public policy, grassroots organizing and electoral politics.

-Paul Wellstone

Precinct Organizing: The Life-Blood of the Montgomery County Democratic Party

Precinct officials are the volunteer neighborhood organizers of the Democratic Party. Precinct activities include maintaining a year-round grassroots presence in each precinct, registering and welcoming new voters, educating residents during the primary and the general elections, distributing Democratic Party material at each polling place, and assisting in the annual grassroots fundraising effort, the “Dollars Drive.”

Precinct officials also have a direct voice in the local and state Party through various means.

Application Process to Be a Precinct Volunteer

The Democratic Party is active in every  precinct in Montgomery County. If you are interested in volunteering, follow these steps to apply to be a precinct official:

  1. Press “Look Up Your Precinct” below to determine what your precinct is.
  2. Learn more about the Official Role of the Precinct Official.
  3. Fill Out and Submit an Application.

If you have questions, please call the Montgomery County Democratic Party at 301-946-1000 or email info@mcdcc.org.

Look Up Your Precinct

Uncertain of your precinct? Look up “My Voting District” through the Maryland Board of Elections by entering your street address here.

Precinct Volunteer Resources:
Precinct Official Role
Precinct Handbook
Precinct Training for Election 2016: Precinct Power 101

The Precinct Org in Action

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