Created by a citizen who believes each conservative American’s top priority should be active engagement as a precinct committeeman in the political Party our Founders and Framers would be members of if they were alive now: The Republican Party. I am an American first, a conservative second and a Republican precinct committeeman by necessity to secure the Blessings of Liberty to myself and my posterity.

Please visit American Majority Action’s Precinct Project for more information on how you can help save our country where you live.

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  1. tired dog says:

    am a current precinct chair in a populous Texas county; we’re working on filling those empty precinct slots with the intent of making a dent by the ’10 primaries…
    after all, this is how the christian coalition folks turned the party upside down in the late 80’s early 90’s…
    audentes fortuna iuvat!

  2. theprecinctproject says:

    tired dog,
    Thanks for all you are doing. And you’re exactly right about the history of the Party.
    Thanks again.
    Cold Warrior

  3. Tired Too says:

    Here in Bexar County we have got to have the laziest, most ineffective GOP in the state. Can’t get a listing of the Precinct Chairs for the Republican Party unless you pay $50. Can’t get even the correct information for your own Precinct Chair – I had to call the GOP office to find out the name of mine, and then ask for contact information. The telephone number had been disconnected and the person had no email. I checked the DNC website and they have online a listing of every Precinct and chair or vacancy. Here in Bexar Cty they are pushing to fill every vacancy, and for those precinct chairs who are still in office and ineffective, they are assigning “shadow chairs” to esssentially take over their duties. Precinct Chair has been identified by the Liberals as their foothold in the grassroots organizing within each community. Bexar Cty needs to replace the County Chair and the Dir of GOP ASAP!!!

    • theprecinctproject says:

      “You the people” who are conservative in Bexar County have to organize, organize, organize and take over the Republican Party. If you don’t try, nothing will change; indeed, things will get worse.
      Thank you.
      Cold Warrior

  4. patriot1224 says:

    Let me echo Tired Too’s lament. I live in Manatee County, Florida (Bradenton/Sarasota area)and the Dem’s web site nukes the Republican’s. It seems to be an “Ode to How Great We Art”, instead of a useful organizing tool. They have a “Join Now” tab that takes you to a sign up sheet to join the Executive Committee. I submitted my information last Wednesday or Thursday – haven’t heard anything. More important than my need for instant gratification, though, is as Tired Too said – the Dem’s web site has all kinds of information on precincts and precinct committeemen. It’s going to be an uphill battle, folks, but we have to start somewhere. I want to thank Cold Warrior for pointing me in the (hopefully) right direction. So many times I’ve read invigorating blog posts just to wonder “OK, what’s next? How do we do something about it?” I was trying like the devil to get to Washington on the 12th – my wife and I wound up going to Lakeland, FL for the 912 Project/Tea Party rally. Now I have something to talk to those folks about when I go to the next one. Tired Dog – what happened to all the CC folks who got involved in the ’80’s and ’90’s? GOPitis?

  5. Jake says:

    looks like TN doesn’t have precinct committeemen..all my online research coming up emtpy… any ideas?

    • LARRY says:


  6. Mike says:

    I live in Phoenix, Maricopa County. I just became a precinct committeeman. It was easy. The GOP here is looking to fill all the vacant spots here so we can ensure Republicans get elected.

    In addition, we are trying to take over the RINO coalition in the party. Too many of the so called Republicans are way to moderate.

    Last election cycle, the party had a very small turnout. If we can get enough people involved, not only will the party win but we’ll get ‘true’ conservatives elected.

    • Hey Mike – good going… unfortunately in our state/county (TN) they only elect committemen every two years and the next one is 2011 – but we will be ready for that one…

      • theprecinctproject says:

        Actually, it works like that in Arizona, too. However, registered Republicans can apply to become “appointed” in the interim. But, they won’t be able to vote in the internal party leadership and candidate endorsement elections until they have actually been elected in the 2010 primary or general elections (most precinct committeeman candidates will run opposed in the primary election). The main thing, no matter what state you live in, is to volunteer NOW. Then start attending the monthly meetings religiously and meet as many conservatives as you can at those meetings. Drag as many conservatives to those meetings as you can. The GOAL is to get conservatives involved in the actual process that matters — Republican Party Politics.
        Thank you,
        Cold Warrior

  7. The Concerned Citizen says:

    Hoping I may be of some help to get your information out to the public. I am one citizen starting a newspaper for the 912 movement or others who are fighting to keep America free. I think a Newspaper for our cause will reasch another layer of Americans who are frustrated with no outlet.Putting out 5000 or more newspapers the first of every month has to make a difference. We can show them where they can be of service. My email is theconcernedcitizen@yahoo.com
    Contact me with info to include in paper and hopefully some subscriptions to help support it.

  8. Elisa Pardo says:

    This is great, and so practical. I didn’t know about this, precinct committeeman seems to be where the rubber hits the road. I’m so unhappy that I’m living overseas because of my husband’s job, otherwise I’d do it.

    A word of caution: once the Dems/Socialists/Fascists realize we are waking up about this, they may try to put their people in place as false Republicans, witness the likes of Olympia Snowe. It’s called “entryism.” There has got to be some kind of vetting, which I suppose the required signatures are meant to do.

    You mentioned the NRA. I would trust them not to be false ones, I wonder if you could make a pitch to them to get going on this? They’ve got the numbers! Numbers game indeed! Thanks for this valuable information. I love my country, and we’re taking it back.

  9. Christopher Monaco says:

    I have become a Connecticut GOP State Central Committee member for the 18th Senatorial District. I assume a State Central member is the same or similar to a Precinct Committee member.

    We represent the Republican Town Committee’s in our Senatorial district to the State party. The RTC’s are responsible for sending delegates to our State convention (yes, one of 5 states with a convention). However, us Central Committee members count as a super-delegate vote in addition to the delegates sent by the RTC’s.

    So if there are some Conservatives in CT, you can/should join your local RTC and try and become a State Central committee member. Next elections for State Central are in 2011 – unless you have a vacancy in your Senatorial district.

  10. Sarasota,FL says:

    We researched the “precinct committeemen” and saw that we have a big say as to who gets on the ballot.
    I emailed our republican club in Sarasota county and got an email the next morning saying that there was an opening in our precinct and they were looking forward to seeing us at their next meeting on Thursday to be sworn in. This was too easy.
    If you are not getting through to your local republican club I suggest you call National and let them know whats happening. We don’t need this inactivity or little “click” groups at this time.

    • patriot1224 says:

      I contacted the Manatee County Republican Executive Committee and got about the same response, but it took about four weeks. Since our counties are next door neighbors, would you be interested in working together to advance this project in our area?

      • Sarasota says:

        Thanks for your email.
        We are looking to Sarasota South County Club. They seem more conservative and willing to keep out moderates. Keep in touch.

  11. John Darash says:

    Join http://www.meetup.com/national-precinct/ and help us build a “Nation” coalition of Precinct activists

  12. Heidi says:

    Hello Cold Warrior,

    Great info. I noticed you are in LD 17. I would like to talk with you about a candidate in that district. I’m a PC in LD 11 and hope to get more conservative PCs on the ballot next year. I’m not sure how to contact you off line. Let me know.

  13. Gene Hill says:

    Cold Warrior,
    I have located the MS Election Code. Here is the link:

    Specifically look under Art 35 on actual page 171 for the articles governing parties in MS.

    I do not see anything yet that tells what the rules are for Precinct Committee positions.

    I will keep looking.


  14. sikupnfed says:

    Thanks for the info. I have contacted the New Mexico Republican Party to start the ball rolling. I will do my part.

    • theprecinctproject says:

      Thanks for getting involved. Don’t wait for the NM GOP to get back in touch with you. Be the proactive “squeaky wheel” that gets the oil. Don’t give up. Please let me know if you need any assistance. If you have to, drive to the GOP local office if there is one and politely insert yourself into their world.

  15. AmberB says:

    We already have a Chairwoman in my city so I have contacted the OC GOP to volunteer as needed. Thanks for the good info. It’s discouraging when the 2 or 3 most Republican counties get out voted by the rest of the liberal state most of the time. However, we do currently have a Republican governor and we did manage to produce the best President the U.S. has ever had. Obviously, we just need to work hard enough to win again. If conservatives in our liberal state can accomplish these important victories, then I hope other conservatives have hope, no matter how liberal their state or county is. Good Luck & Take Care

  16. Joni says:

    I am a conservative precinct committeeman (Arizona) and look forward to meeting all “true conservative pc’s” at the Republican pc meeting on 1/16/10 at Grace Community Church in Tempe, AZ

  17. Dan,
    Great job on your website! Very nice talking to you, you have been very helpful, we’ll stay in touch….

  18. Jan Bench says:

    I contacted the Marion County, FL Republican Executive Committee and they sounded extremely grateful to have someone volunteer! I’m going to the Feb. meeting to be sworn in. Easy – do it!

  19. I was just appointed as a PC in Florida. This was a result of reading Cold Warriors blogs and following his advice. I am now working to recruit more PCs from the 9-12 and Tea Party groups in the state of Florida.

  20. LARRY says:


    • theprecinctproject says:

      Yes. One of the downsides of registering as an independent is that you cannot participate in the real ball game of politics — party politics — inside either the Republican or Debtocrat parties. I recommend you re-register as a Republican and then get to your local GOP meeting and tell them you want to become a voting member of the Party (whatever it happens to be called in your state). Thank you.
      Cold Warrior

  21. I ran across your web site and glad I did. I am working with a group of people in Illinois trying to achieve what your doing in Arizona. I currently won republican PC in Elgin township 54th precinct. We have a handful of other conservative PCs of the same mindset as yourself. From what we have seen so far in Illinois we know we must start working now to get our people in place for the next election in 2012. We came within a vote last Tuesday of ridding our township of its current chairman replacing him with a conservative. Our goal is to fit people in as independents in the vacant precincts poised and ready to move into the system for the election. Please check our website and we would appreciate any advice you can give us. My precinct website is http://www.al4grassroot.com and our group is http://www.conservativecommitteemancoalition.com I am including my fellow conservative radical Laura’s email lrwallett@aol.com

    • theprecinctproject says:

      Bravo! You are doing exactly what needs to be done! Keep recruiting conservatives into the PC ranks!
      Thank you,
      Cold Warrior

  22. wizard61 says:

    Is there a list of precincts that could be searched by zip code or address to see if that precinct is open or if a new person has already stepped forward? Such a tool would make it easier to pull candidates from larger groups. If there is no such list I might be able to help make one.

  23. Merlin says:

    Your comments on Bunning caught my eye.

    I’m a District Captain in Douglas County, CO and we are preparing for precinct caucuses 3-16. We are expecting higher turnout than 2 years ago before the Presidential…. in m district of 6 Precincts we could have 500 to 600 people attend. Some of my precinct leaders are walking doors already.

    The blow back is deep. Friends have been giving caucus training classes all over the state… Here is a link to videos of the classes they have been giving:

    Crista has been party active for 2 years 14 days… and is planning to run for National Committee Woman from Colorado… and will probably get it.

    She started the following Activist port immediately after the Presidential election…. she now has more than 5,000 followers from all over the country who jump on calls by her to contact legislators at critical times on critical issues.

    My point is that Change is in the air and momentum too.

    Keep up the good work.

    PS– I’ve attached links to two pieces I’ve posted in YourHub a Denver Post online to print paper. Feel free to adapt and use the content to print as it fits your states registration rules!


  24. Cold Warrier,
    I LOVE the Precinct Project and every last word you’ve written.

    I would like to link to your blog on our county GOP website in Wyoming.

    Also, I have a request. In reading “434 new conservative precinct committeemen. And counting.” all the links are broken. I am very interested in what you had initially linked to.

    If you have the materials or new links to that material, would you please email them to me?

    I’m not only my county’s Republican party chairman, I’m also a founding member of our local Tea Party-9/12 Project.

    At our county caucus yesterday, I appointed three new PC — all of them strong conservatives and constitutionalists!

    Thanks for all you do and for any help you can provide to help me spread the fire.

    GOP = Government Of the People

  25. Brenda says:

    Time to get Jeff Flake out! This past weekend Mr. Flake is in favor of the Cap and Trade. He is supporting this legislation. Mr. Flake is no longer a conservative but listed as a LIBERAL REPUBLICAN.

  26. Sherm Stevens says:

    I just discovered this blog by accident. I’ve just become involved in another precinct group, the National Precinct Alliance (http://www.nationalprecinctalliance.org/) and this definitely appears to be the way to take the country back. Unfortunately, the left is 100 years ahead of us, well financed and well-organized. We have our work cut out for us.

    I just contacted by county GOP to find out how to get involved at the precinct level. God bless all you patriots for taking up the good fight! As I find out more about the process in Ohio, I’ll post it here.

  27. Adrienne McLaughlin says:

    I came across this blog through a link posted by someone else in a comment section of an article about Obamacare! Thank you so much for being here and getting the word out! I’m going to be inducted as a precinct committeewoman next month in Sarasota, FL! I am very excited about getting involved in my precinct!

    • theprecinctproject says:

      Bravo! You are my new hero! You will have fun and will be instrumental in taking back our government and returning it to its constitutionally limited functions. Together, we can preserve our constitutional republic. Thank you!
      Cold Warrior

  28. Jim Zauderer says:

    If the chairman of this organization could call me or E-mail me with his or her contacts information, it would be greatly appreciated.

    I was involved with this same project in 1978 – 1980 during the Reagan party takeover that was started at the precinct level. I worked directly with the 2 organizers.

    Would like to talk as this needs to be done again in 2012.

    God Bless!

    Jim Zauderer / (state of Georgia)

  29. vanderleun says:

    I’m interested in discussing a comment of yours at Chicago Boyz. Please email me at gerard@rightnetwork.com .


  30. Brett says:

    I am an Australian who, one year ago,came to live in the USA. I am presently a legal Permanent Resident. As best as I can tell, this makes me ineligible to register as a voter, and therefore to become a precict committeeman. Do you know if this is so, and do you have any suggestions as to how I would be able to help the Conservative movement here in the US?
    Kind Regards

  31. Dennis Scharp says:

    I just came across this blog. As we gear up for the 2012 “Aust the Louse” campaign we need to get this blog re-energized. I will be pushing the “Precinct Committeemen/women” (Precinct Chairs here in Texas)to my contacts here in North Texas.

  32. locke n load says:

    Hey bud, just posted up some links for you over at the Revo that you were asking Brad about. bFunny thing, I went into detail about exactly what you were asking several months back. have a look.

  33. Dear Cold Warrior,

    October, 2009 was my first political meeting of my life. I saw the power of the PCP and became an elected PCP in spring of 2010 as a write-in candidate. In November, I was elected by my fellow PCPs to become a County Delegate, which means I am on the Republican Party County Executive Committee.

    I am also running for the school board this May, 2011.

    I decided it didn’t matter how hard I work or how well my boys do in school, if we don’t change the direction of government, the next generation will end up being slaves of the government. Nobody knows how to work harder than conservatives.

    If you are reading these posts and fuming at the news, get off your rear and get in the fray. This is your call to action. I am in the trenches and we need help. Your County Party needs help. If you don’t like the way it is running, do what I did. Get in there and show them how to work and help them work more efficiently, effectively, and energetically.

    Make a lasting difference where you are. If each of us change our county, the nation will change. Cold Warrior has the right plan. LET’S WORK IT!!!

  34. Brett, contact your local conservative party to find out. Here in Oregon, you don’t need identification in order to register. You can register to vote on-line without even an address or any identification whatsoever. Homeless shelters have hundreds of people that use their addresses. So even if you have a home address, you are just as good. The only limitation is that you can’t vote for Federal campaigns because the Federal government has higher voter registration standards than Oregon. So check your state to find out the details.

    • theprecinctproject says:

      Thanks for all you are DOING and also thank you for answering Brett’s questions.
      Cold Warrior

  35. gettimothy says:

    Cold Warrior, I would like to create a database that perhaps Freedomworks could use so we can take this nationwide via the FreedomConnector.

    I have not contacted FreedomWorks about this yet, because I don’t know if something like that already exists.

    The benefit of using FreedomWorks is that we could prod users to become precinct men based on their location.

    my email is gettimothy-at-gmail-dot-com if you would like to contact me directly.

  36. gettimothy says:

    Here is the text of a message I just sent to FreedomWorks. If I get an answer, I will report it here:

    “Good Morning.

    I would like to contribute to the Precinct Project by developing and populating a database schema that contains every precinct in the nation.

    FreedomWorks could then use that to urge their users into becoming precinct comittee-men in their own precincts.

    The work is gratis, I just need a technical contact at freedomworks and perhaps some hand-holding on where to search for the information in order to build an populate the database schema.

    A good first step would be to let me know what database you use. MySQL? Postgres? other? this way I can start working on the precincts in Florida (my home state)


    Timothy Murray”

  37. munciepolitics says:

    I can’t be a PC because I voted D in the last primary. Don’t blast me, but every R was going to win the seat, and where I live it is totally D. So, I voted for the best D candidates available. There are some conservative Ds which make the R’s look bad. We had the best slate of Rs we have ever had and still couldn’t break the Democrat stronghold.

    I want to win an election…so I passed on your blog to 20 other people. Hope we get some energy going on the this…here. We can’t take much more of the spending and nepostism of the good old boy system.

    It has only been in the past couple of weeks I have understood the importance of PCs.

  38. Jim says:

    Enjoyed your presentation last night at the Deer Valley Tea Party meeting Phx Az. Keep up the excellent work. Hope the video came out okay for you.

    Jim D.

  39. The Texas GOP has removed the page on how to become a PC. In fact, there’s nothing on their site I can find at all that even references the PC. It’s almost like they want it to be a secret. Any training at all comes from Tea Party groups or other county GOP sites. What gives?

    • wicacotx says:

      To become a PC here in Texas you need to get a form from your County GOP Headquarters, fill it out and submit it back to the GOP Headquarters during the prescribed window prior to the Primary Election. If more than one person files for your PC you will be on the Primary ballot to be elected by your precinct voters. If you are the only person to file your County GOP will appoint you. I ran for PC two years ago but lost. This year I was the only person running for my County Precinct Chair so will be appointed in June at the end of the current PC’s term.

      Hope this helps.

  40. Authorized@Reagan.com says:

    How do I speak to someone about this project for Tennessee?

  41. Peace Dove Susan says:

    Cold Warrior, I want to talk to you.

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