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Clallam County Republican
Party Headquarters

509 S. Lincoln Street
(Send mail to: P. O. Box 808)
Port Angeles, WA 98362
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Information about PCOs


PCOs, or precinct committee officers, are the building block of the Republican Party. They are the grassroots organizing base for all of our activities.

PCOs are elected officials of the Republican Party; they are the Republican representative for their precinct. A precinct can be as small as a section of a neighborhood or as large as a historical township, but precincts usually contain approximately 500-1,100 registered voters.  The term of office is two years, beginning December 1 in the year they were elected, through November 30 two years thereafter.  Since the precincts have been reduced in number, that means there will be more voters in each precinct, making volunteers to assist the PCOs in each precinct very important.

PCOs are essential to Party work, because they personally communicate the Republican Party message to people in each neighborhood across the state. It’s “grassroots” work at its best.  PCOs also are responsible for electing the leadership of their local Republican County and Legislative District organizations, as well as representatives to the state Republican Party.

Leading their Precinct Caucus every four years is another important role of PCOs. The most recent caucus was held in February 2016.  The next one will be four years from now.

If you missed the PCO election but would still like to serve, there are options for you.

If there is no PCO for the precinct where you live, the party chair can appoint you to serve as an “Appointed PCO.”  Contact the Chair for an interview. or click here to contact us for more information.

If your precinct already has a PCO and you want to get involved, there are ways that you can help. The Clallam County Chair can appoint you as an “Precinct Captain” for a precinct other than the one in which you reside. You might also want to help the PCO in your own precinct. Contact your PCO and offer to help them canvass the precinct, make phone calls, organize house parties, etc. For a list of the current PCOs who will serve until the new ones are elected, click here.

Some PCOs recruit a volunteer for every few blocks, so that when literature needs to be distributed or phone calls need to be made, the work is divided among many. Our goal is to have every precinct represented be a PCO, so it is essential that we have volunteers step up now to serve as acting and appointed PCOs in precincts that did not elect a PCO in the last election cycle.

To become a PCO, you must be voted into office during the Primary Election in even-numbered election years. The next election of PCOs will be held in August 2016. You must fill out a declaration of candidacy to run for election as a PCO.  To fill out a declaration of candidacy, click here:Declaration of Candidacy-PCO


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RNC passes Resolution in Support of Western States Taking Back Public Lands

“Would it not be better to simplify the system of taxation rather than to spread it over such a variety of subjects and pass through so many new hands.” ~Thomas Jefferson

“Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state lives at the expense of everyone.” ~Frederic Bastiat

“Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect every one who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined.” ~Patrick Henry


The County Convention delegates, who represented you, did an great job of passing an excellent county platform and Resolutions. Our thanks to those who spent the day in hard work to get it done!

Central Committee

passes Resolution opposing and urging Clallam County Commissioners to rescind their support of the Wild Olympics

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.

Central Committee

passes Resolution to demand that Clallam County withdraw from ICLEI – Local Govts for Sustainability –

which promotes UN Agenda 21.

Click here to Read the Resolution and info.