May 11, 2017


Get Involved with Your Precinct

The precinct is the cornerstone of the North Carolina Democratic Party. Participating at the precinct level offers you opportunities for greater involvement at county, district, and state levels. Precinct leaders serve as delegates to the county convention, submit resolutions, and are eligible to vote for the leadership of the party.

Precincts are also the grassroots of the Democratic Party — local volunteers talking neighbor to neighbor, encouraging fellow Democrats and others to register and vote, results in higher voter turnout and more elections won. In fact, it’s one of the most effective tools we can use. Precinct volunteers are key to identifying inactive and/or unregistered Democrats in the neighborhood and encouraging them to vote in upcoming elections.

Learn more about how precincts work in the NC Democratic Party Plan of Organization.

To find out if your precinct is organized and how to get involved, contact us!

Other resources:

Upcoming precinct events

Nothing from December 14, 2017 to March 14, 2018.

Announcing your precinct events

In addition to phone calls and canvassing efforts to organize your precinct, below is a list of suggestions for posting notifications about precinct organization meetings:

If you have any questions or suggestions for other notification efforts not mentioned above, please contact GCDP Greensboro Chair Heidi Fleshman ( or 336.543.6708), GCDP Rural Chair Leslie Martin ( or 336.254.3717), or GCDP High Point Chair Josh “Fox” Brown ( or 336.420.2298).