|State Committee Member||Joanne Flemingemail@example.com|
|State Committee Member||Andrew McGeefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Treasurer*||David Green (interim)|
The Third LD Leadership Team meets periodically and is responsible for transacting business of the LD in between the four quarterly meetings of the Precinct Committee Officers. The four elected members of the Leadership Team represent the LD at monthly Executive Board meetings of Spokane County Democrats. The Chair and Vice-Chair attend meetings of the Washington State Democrats and represent the LD in the Washington State Democrats' Chairs Organization. The State Committee Representatives are voting members of the Washington State Democratic Central Committee, which meets at least three times a year.
If you need help locating your precinct, if you are a registered voter you may visit the Secretary of State's website and enter your name and date of birth. A map of the 3rd Legislative District (updated as of 2017) may be found here.
PCOs are the grassroots organizing base for all of our activities. PCOs get to know their neighbors, educate undecided or swing voters, and make sure Democrats are registered to vote. They work to turn out voters before Election Day.
PCOs also elect Party leadership, help to fill vacancies in elected office, and lead their precinct caucus in presidential election years.
Click here to learn more about PCOs and their role in the Democratic Party.
The current version of the State Party's PCO Handbook has great information about what PCOs do for the Democratic Party. Current and prospective PCOs are encouraged to become familiar with the document.
Existing PCOs who desire to have access to the State Party's voter database (VoteBuilder) may download and complete a user agreement and return it to the 3rd LD Chair via email.
If a PCO is unable to attend a meeting, they may grant their proxy to any Democrat residing in their precinct.
PCO appointments in Spokane County are made by the Chair of Spokane County Democrats upon the recommendation of the legislative district chair.
If a PCO position is vacant in the 3rd Legislative District, complete the Appointed PCO Application and send a scanned copy of the completed form via an email message to the Chair (see email address above) to be considered for appointment. Alternatively, use snail mail to send a paper copy of the completed form to Chair, The Third Legislative District Democrats, PO Box 4963, Spokane WA 99220-0963. PCO vacancies in the 3rd LD are not shown as "filled" until an appointment as been made by the Chair of Spokane County Democrats. As a result, an application to fill a vacancy may be in process while the website shows the precinct as vacant.
Applicants for PCO appointments in Spokane County outside the 3rd Legislative District may mail their completed forms directly to Spokane County Democrats, 1912 N Division St Suite 100, Spokane WA 99207. Your local legislative district chair will be contacted for approval of your PCO application.
Click here to read the bylaws of The Third Legislative District Democrats organization.
The Washington Democratic Party adopted a Code of Conduct in September 2017 that applies to all Democrats in Washington, including State Party events and activities, local party organization (counties and legislative districts) events and activities, and affiliated organizations. Questions concerning the Code of Conduct may be directed to Karen Deal, executive director of the State Party organization. Feedback or suggestions from Democrats in the 3rd LD concerning the Code of Conduct should be directed to the state committee representatives from the 3rd LD (contact information is above) or to the state committee representatives for Spokane County.
|Precinct||PCO Name||Contact Email|
|3111||Jaymie Lisa Horowitzemail@example.com|