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What is a PCO?

Jun 12, 2012 Comments Off on What is a PCO? PLA Admin

Everyone who is registered to vote has a vested interest in determining who the PCO is. What is a PCO?  It is a "Precinct Committee Officer", the elected office that is the closest to the people, and which has the greatest power in determining the goals, orientation and culture of their local political party.  The PCO serves ...

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