Become an elected Republican Precinct Committee Officer (PCO)
PCO’s are the grassroots base of their political party and are vital to its success. Each Legislative District is divided up into “precincts” the PCO is the representative of their precinct. Both the Republican and Democratic Party have its own elected/appointed PCO’s. PCO candidate filing is May 16th thru May 20th.
An online candidate application will be available on the Pierce County Auditors website
starting May 16th.
There is no cost to file and uncontested seats will be automatically become PCO’s, you will be sworn in at the December Central Committee Re-Org Meeting and take “office” in January 2017 for a two-year term. PCO’s are asked to pay annual PCRP member dues, attend quarterly Central Committee Meetings, their District PCO’s meetings, training classes, canvass and doorbell their precincts. Our most active PCO’s spend 2-4 hours per month. Becoming a PCO is a good first step if you should run for higher office.

Representing Puyallup, Fife, South Hill, Summit-Waller, Midland, and Parkland.