Resources for Precinct Delegates

What is a Precinct Delegate?

A precinct delegate is elected directly by the voters in each precinct and are elected to serve as a liaison between the Republican Party and voters in their neighborhood. Precinct delegates also represent their neighborhood at various Republican meetings throughout their two-year term. Precinct Delegates and volunteers are critical to maintaining the mission of the party and achieving election victories.

Below is a list of resources to get you started:

Learn more about the role, and how to become a precinct delegate 

Precinct Delegate FAQ

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The Neighborhood Precinct Strategy by Dan Schultz

Leadership Institute Online On-Demand Trainings

The American Majority Activism Toolkit

The Concord Project on Youtube

"The Precinct Committeeman Tutorial" Episode of War Room on Rumble