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Precincts

What is a Precinct?

Every Democrat in Mecklenburg County is invited to help organize and volunteer in their precinct. A voting precinct is the smallest voting unit of the Democratic Party. People in a precinct live near each other and have the same designated polling place (where you vote) on Election Day. There are nearly 200 precincts in Mecklenburg alone!

 

Getting involved in your precinct is one of the most essential ways to help Democratic candidates win elections.  Each precinct elects a chair, vice chair, secretary, and treasurer every two years. These are unpaid, volunteer positions. We need you to come to your meetings, elect officers or run for a position yourself, write and pass resolutions. This is your chance to meet new people and to be part of the positive change you want to see in our county, state, and country.

Mecklenburg County has 195 precincts. Use our interactive precincts map to locate which one you reside in!

View in Google Maps

Find My Precinct

You can also download printable maps of all voting precincts, made by Mecklenburg County.

Sign up for precinct meeting notifications using our Contact form.

Precinct Chairs

Pct #

001

Karen Holley

Pct #

006

Sharyl Yvette Mason-Watson

Pct #

013

Tanya Lewis

Pct #

002

Stephanie Gardner

Pct #

009

Melinda Tillitski

Pct #

014

Yvonne Stafford

Pct #

004

Michael Lawson

Pct #

010

Elaine Alexander

Pct #

015

Judy Wittman

Pct #

006

Pamela Morton

Pct #

011

James Liell

Pct #

016

Bobby Drakeford

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