The Precinct Director is part of the Executive Committee within the San Bernardino GOP Central Committee. This position is responsible for coordinating the volunteer program to cover the entire county of San Bernardino down to all precinct levels. The goal is to form a network of volunteers that can connect and be part of a team at the local level, while also having connection and support from the Central Committee.
The County Precinct Director is responsible for:
Attending Executive Committee meetings, Central Committee meetings, as well as volunteer leadership meetings.
Recruiting, organizing, training and leading District and Community Leaders and Division Leaders.
Help bridge the gap between candidates and volunteers and get them connected.
There are 5 districts in San Bernardino County, and each district will have a District Precinct Leader to help recruit and train Community Leaders under the direction of the County Precinct Director. The District Precinct Leader is responsible for recruitment in their region based on the socio economic and geopolitical needs of their targeted population and community.
Each District has numerous cities. Each city will have Community Leader/s who will be responsible for recruiting, training and mobilizing volunteers within their city. They may also divide their cities into sections and have Division Leaders in order to help the Community Leader based on the needs of each city.
Help community leaders in all activities within their city.
This position is responsible for voters within their precinct/s. This can include knocking on doors, passing out literature to help educate, voter registration, recruiting, and neighborhood meetings. The goal is to have every block covered in San Bernardino County
This person is assigned (as by a political party or candidate) to observe activities at a polling place to guard against illegal voting, fraudulent counting of ballots, and other violations of election laws.
Ballot harvesting, or the practice of allowing political operatives and others to collect voters’ ballots and turn them in en-masse to polling stations or to the County Recorders Office.
Responsible for Preparing election equipment as instructed in training sessions, maintaining election equipment security throughout the election period and thoroughly reviewing and completing all election forms. Poll workers are also responsible for posting prescribed election materials inside and outside of polling location, qualifying voters through use of identification and poll lists, activating electronic ballots and selecting the correct ballot styles for each voter, as well as assisting voters during the voting process by explaining equipment usage and closing the polling location at the end of the voting period.
Helping to recruit and register college students on campus, work with Local Turning Point USA affiliated within the campuses.
Help with fundraising events, volunteer events, and Rally's
Help to register voters to the republican party and educate on the GOP mission.
is a process in a political campaign to reach out to voters for canvassing or getting out the vote (GOTV) , via phone calls.
Volunteers to help answering phones, updating volunteer profiles, calling volunteers and other basic office work.
Spiritual support for our staff and candidates
This position is in charge of volunteers who are ready to make phone calls, email, or attended meetings in order to speak in favor of or against senate and assembly bills, city council and county issues that may come up.