VOLUNTEER DESCRIPTIONS

PRECINCT CHAIR & PRECINCT LEADER

 

 

PRECINCT CHAIR

Professionals in politics agree on at least one point: elections can be won or lost in the voting precincts at the grassroots level. The Precinct Chair represents the smallest unit of the organization. The Precinct Chair’s performance has a profound effect on the overall strength, influence and success of the County Party.

PRECINCT LEADER

Precinct  Leaders,  for precincts  without  an  elected  Precinct  Chair,  can  be  appointed  or removed  by  the Executive  Committee  by  a  majority  vote.  Precinct  Leaders  are  subject  to  the  same eligibility requirements as Precinct Chairs as stipulated in the Texas Election Code. Precinct Leaders shall be recognized as members of the Executive Committee with the privileges and responsibilities of Precinct Chairs, including floor privileges and the right to speak in debate at Executive Committee meetings, but excluding  the  right  to  make  motions or vote

PHONE BANKING

 

 

Volunteers will make telephone calls to engage in a personalized contact with an individual. It is used by the Republican Party to identify and persuade voters, add voters to the voters list through voter registration, and it is key to get out the vote operations.

BLOCK WALKING

 

 

Volunteers will knock on doors to engage in a personalized contact with a voter. It is used to identify supporters, persuade the undecided, and add voters to the voters list through voter registration. 

ELECTION JUDGE, CLERK, OR POLLWATCHER

 

 

ELECTION JUDGE

 

Judges of election are the officials who are responsible for the conduct of the election in the precinct polling place. The job is challenging, interesting and personally rewarding.

ELECTION CLERK

Working under the supervision of the judge, election clerks may assist with the following duties: Organizing the polling place before the polls open. Ensuring that qualified voters are permitted to vote. Checking in and processing voters.

POLLWATCHER

A representative of the Republican Party who is assigned to the polls on an election day to watch for violations of the laws that regulate voting, campaigning, etc.

HEADQUARTERS VOLUNTEER

 

 

The Volunteer Office Assistant will perform a variety of tasks in the Tarrant County Republican Party Headquarters. This will include answering phones and other administrative tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. This position helps to extend the resources in the County Party to better assist and direct the needs of our voters. 

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