A house district is a legislative district represented by a state representative. Denver county has 8 house districts, which hold monthly meetings as seen here. Furthermore, in Denver county each house district is divided into 2 house sub-districts, A and B.
A PCP, or Precinct Committee Person, is the representative of the Democratic Party in your neighborhood. PCPs are elected at the precinct caucus and serve a two-year term. PCPs can also be appointed by the Chair with the advice of the Sub-District Captain and Co-Captain to fill a vacancy. Any registered Democrat is eligible to be a PCP in the precinct where she/he lives. The primary role of a PCP is to serve as the connection between the Party and voters, and represent her/his precinct within the Party. Download the PCP Handbook to learn more.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
We will publish a list of precinct caucus meetings on our website later this fall.
You must be a registered Democrat in order to attend the Democratic caucus meeting for your precinct. We will publish a list of meeting locations later this fall.
The next election will be the Primary Election on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. This election is for the county/state races of district attorney, state representative, senate senator, and CU regent, and is open to party affiliated voters only. The general election will be November 8, 2016.