See below for Official Call, proposed bylaw changes, and job descriptions for County Party Offices.
JOB DESCRIPTIONS OF WELD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY POSITIONS
For a more complete explanation, see the CDP Plan of Organization and Rules
http://www.coloradodems.org/ or the Weld County Democratic Party Bylaws
ELECTED POSITIONS WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION, TERM OF OFFICE 2019 - 2021.
The five county officers are members of the County Central and Executive Committees.
Is the Chief Executive Officer of the Party, presides over the County Central and Executive Committee meetings, and the county assembly/convention, and may appoint personnel to manage the affairs of the party. Serves on the State Central and Executive Committees as well as congressional and multi-county legislative district central committees. Oversees campaigns in the county in consultation with the county executive committee.
1st Vice Chair
Assists the Chair and acts as Chair in the absence of the Chair. Is a member of the State Central and Executive Committees as well as congressional and multi-county legislative district central committees. Coordinates one of the primary party functions.
2nd Vice Chair
Assists the Chair and presides over meetings in the absence of the Chair and 1st Vice Chair. Coordinates one of the primary party functions.
Records and keeps the minutes of all meetings and keeps the official list of the members of committees. Serves as member of multi-county district central committees or designates replacement. Oversees filing and updating results of reorganization process with state party and Secretary of State. Acts as liaison for one of the party functions.
Has custody of the funds of the party and renders written accounts of receipts and disbursements and prepares and files all financial reports required by law, usually electronically. Serves as a member of the Weld Democratic Finance Committee.
State Central Committee (SCC) bonus members - ( 10 to be elected )
Represent Weld County in activities and meetings of the State Central Committee, the governing body of the Colorado Democratic Party, which usually meets two-three times per year. SCC makes policy and rules decisions. Serve as members of the Weld Executive Committee, which meets monthly, and assist with coordination of activities between the state organization and the county organization.
State Executive Committee (SEC) bonus members - ( 3 to be elected )
Represent Weld County in activities and meetings of the State Executive Committee, which acts as an advisory committee to the state chair and officers. SEC makes some operational policy decisions and usually meets one-three times per year. Serve as members of the Weld Executive Committee.
CD 4 Central Committee bonus members - ( 10 to be elected )
Represent Weld County in activities and meetings of the 4th Congressional District Central Committee, which coordinates the nominating process and supports the campaigns for U.S. Representative, State Board of Education, and CU Regent. Serve as members of the Weld Executive Committee and assist with coordination of activities between the CD 4 and county organizations.
County Commissioner District Officers for Districts 1, 2, and 3 - Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary. Officiate at district assemblies in election years and district central committee meetings. Support district candidates' campaigns. District chairs, or their designees, serve on Candidate Development Committee.
Legislative District Officers for Senate District 13 and House Districts 48, 50 and 63 - Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary. Officiate at district assemblies in election years and district central committee meetings. Support district candidates' campaigns. District chairs, or their designees, serve on Candidate Development Committee.
State Platform Committee Members from House Districts 48, 50 and 63 - One per district to be elected. Active for approximately two months prior to state assembly, the committee considers resolutions to be reported to the state assembly.
Officer representatives and/or bonus members to Senate District 23, Senate District 1 and House District 49 Central Committees (# of members TBD) - Weld Precinct Committee People who live in SD 23, SD1 and/or HD 49 will elect bonus members on Feb. 9 for later meetings. They will also recommend members to represent the County Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary, if those officers do not live in the districts. Bonus members and officer representatives meet with members from other counties in the district, usually once per year
Committee on Candidate Development - a committee that coordinates candidate recruitment, development and campaign management activities for the party. Members include chairs (or their representatives) of legislative and county commissioner districts and other members appointed by the county chair.
Committee on Permanent Organization - a committee on rules and general party organization, with significant responsibility for caucus and convention/assembly organization and procedures.
Committee on Finance - a committee that coordinates fundraising and provides budget advice to the county chair. The county treasurer is a member of this committee.
Events Committee, Volunteer Committee, Outreach, Communications, Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV), Voter Registration, and special events or initiatives.
Additional Committees and Functions include: Events Committee, Volunteer Committee, Outreach, Communications, Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV), Voter Registration, and special events or initiatives.
Precinct Committee Person (PCP) - Two per precinct
Elected at precinct caucuses in election years to serve two-year terms until next precinct caucus. Assists with preparations for precinct caucus and convenes caucus. Serves as a member of the team led by the Regional Captain (RC). Implements the GOTV campaign and other party activities in the assigned precinct. Recruits precinct volunteers to assist with the GOVT and other party activities. Communicates with and provides leadership and support to each volunteer within the precinct to maintain a structure necessary to conduct party activities. Informs the Regional Captain (RC) of precinct activities issues or concerns. Participates in training conducted by the Weld County Democratic Party. Serves as a member of county and district central committees
Regional Captain (RC):
Coordinates directly with the Chair. Implements and leads the GOTV campaign and other party activities within all or an assigned part of Weld County and assists Precinct Committee People in their region. Participates in training conducted by the Weld County Democratic Party and oversees the organization of the Precinct Caucus activity within the region. Serves as a member of the County Executive Committee.