We Need Your Talents!

In addition to the important roles of Precinct Committeeperson (PC) and Election Judge, we need your skills and expertise to do our best work to elect Democratic candidates who share our values! Match up your talents and passion to one of the teams that continually contribute to our success!

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Duties of a precinct committeeperson:

  • Represent the party's voters at the county central committee convention to elect the county central chairman and its officers. The precinct committeeman casts a total number of party votes, (weighted vote), as cast in the precinct at the recent primary election.

  • Attend and become involved in the party's Township meetings.

  • Become a voter registrar and register all qualified constituents.

  • Appoint and fill vacancies of election judges for the precinct polling place.

  • Provide candidate and election information to the voters.

  • Circulate petitions for candidates prior to the primary election.

  • Get to know your local elected officials, and their causes and issues. Pass on your knowledge to your voters. 

PCs can be elected or appointed. The term is two years. Please visit our Precinct Committeperson tab to see a current list of PCs, how to find your precinct, and a link to training material. 




  • be a citizen of the United States

  • be a registered voter in DuPage County

  • be of good repute and character

  • be able to speak, read and write the English language

  • be skilled in the four fundamental rules of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)

  • be of good understanding and capable

The duties include signing in registered voters, explaining voting procedure and use of voting equipment, providing ballots, and monitoring the conduct of the election. In Illinois, they also register unregistered voters on election day.

Election judges are registered by elected PCs. The term is two years. 

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Do you want to meet your elected officials, learn more about the Democratic Party, or simply be more involved in your community? Join us for our monthly meeting. The monthly meeting of the York Democrats is the first Wednesday of most months, at Lombard Community Building, located at 433 St. Charles Rd, Lombard. Light refreshments are provided.
Hear from your local candidates, special guests and speakers, and learn the basics of getting involved in politics. After three consecutive meetings, you will become a voting member, able to participate in endorsement, finance, and other votes. 
We would love to have you!