The Republican party has not updated their PCO lists. Does anyone have any idea why?
The deadline to become a PCO was 12/14 so maybe they still need time to compile the full list.
You should contact your County Chairman for a list of PCOs in your county because that is suppose to be provided to anyone within your county who requests it.
Thanks for the reply. I signed up to be a PCO prior to the cut off date and time but have not heard anything so was looking for an updated list. I'll give them more time and see what happens.
Originally Posted by tsai3904
You should definitely contact your County GOP to confirm if you are a PCO because PCOs are suppose to select a caucus location for their precinct. If no location is set, it will be set by the Chairman. You should call and find out what your status is and what, if any, other responsibilities you have.
in King County i believe all caucuses will be pooled caucuses. would be surprised if Pierc Co. wasn't the same. if i remember correctly, the locations should be confirmed sometime within the next 2 weeks.
edit: i was referencing tsai's comment about selecting caucus locations, by pooled caucus i only mean that they will be held in a central location. all of the precincts in Redmond 48th will be in one hall but will meet by particular precinct. not sure how it works rural.
Last edited by surf; 01-13-2012 at 12:40 AM.
Pierce county is a bit different. While many precints may be in the same room they are separate from each other.
Originally Posted by surf