Precinct Committeemen

Become a Precinct Committeeman

If you want to have a voice in the leadership of your local Libertarian Party affiliates, we need you to become a Precinct Committeeman. It is PC's who serve on the county and state boards and have a vote on Party Leadership. Arizona Law defines the duties and roles of a PC. County Bylaws outline the power that PC's have in Party Leadership.

Becoming a PC requires filling out these 2 Forms.

PC Nomination Paper (Affidavit of Qualification)
PC Petition (Partisan Nomination Petition)

The nomination paper asks you to fill out information about your address, legislative district, precinct, and political party. It also asks how you would like your name to appear on the ballot. It will need to be notarized by a notary public. A notary can usually be found in any bank.

The petition is the form where you gather signatutes. It is the same form you would use if you were running for office. In most precincts, it only takes one nomination signature to qualify as a PC and this signature can be your own. 


Once you have filled out those 2 forms you will need to submit them to your local County Elections office. Hurry the deadline for the 2018 election cycle is May 31st.

The last step, not always even necessary, is to vote for yourself on Primary Election day.

That's it! Get involved with the Libertarian Party locally. Become a PC.


 


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  • This years form also does not appear to require a notary.
  • The Affidavit of Qualification appears to have the date of a past election hard coded. Do you have an updated form? This is from 2016.