Skagit County PCOs
Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs)
This is the latest information we have for PCOs. LD stands for Legislative District (state), CD stands for Congressional District (federal), and CM stands for Commissioner District.
Elected PCOs are voted into office during the primary election in even-numbered election years to serve two-year terms. If no PCO is elected in a particular precinct, then a PCO can be appointed by the Skagit County Democratic Party Chair to serve in that precinct after the reorganization meeting.
For more information about the requirements for becoming an appointed PCO, contact Party Headquarters at (360) 336-1555 and send an email to our Chair, Jeff Mount at email@example.com.
PCO and Candidates Filing Information: A Reminder for Current PCOs and prospective PCOs
There is no filing fee for PCOs. If only one person files for PCO from the same party in the same precinct, that person is automatically elected and will not be on the ballot.
Filing week usually runs the third week in May, Monday to Friday at 4 pm. Online filing will be available 24 hours a day from 9:00 a.m. on Monday through 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Candidate Filing Mail Form on online form are only available during filing week at the Skagit County Auditor’s election pages. Click here for a list of precincts that don’t currently have PCOs. http://www.skagitdemocrats.org/precincts-without-a-pco/
For more information, see the website of the Skagit County Elections office.
Captains Can Be Replaced by a Appointed PCO, PCOs must live in the precinct, captains do not