Grassroots to PC to LD to MAL to SC: How Voters can make a difference by participating in the political structure of Arizona.
As a Voter you will influence what happens in your City, County, Legislative District, Congressional District, State and Presidential elections. That is, if you actually vote.
At the 2020 elections, the lowest proportions not voting were in Minnesota (20 percent) and Colorado and Maine (both at slightly less than 24 percent). Arizona voted at 76.5%.
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Grassroots – the Citizen Voters
PC – Precinct Committeeman: Elected or Appointed, represents up to 125 registered voters in your precinct
CC – County Committee: Executive Board and PCs which represent all County Voters of your political party
LD – Legislative District: designated population area which your State Representatives and Senator represent
MAL – Member At Large: One of 3 Elected PCs who represent all PCs in your Congressional District
CD – Congressional District: designated population area which your US Congressman represents
SC – State Committeeman: 1 Elected PC allotted for every 3 PCs, serves on the State Executive Board, represents all PCs their County.
State Executive Board – State Chairman, 1st Vice Chair, 2nd Vice Chair, etc.