The Benton County Democrats welcome volunteers and new members. We meet the 4th Thursday of every month. Meetings can be attended in-person or online. Our locations vary so make sure you have subscribed to our email list. If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the form in the link below or email our Organizing Chair at

Volunteer Registration Form

Some ways you may help are:

    • Candidate Support
    • Voter Registration
    • Phone Banking
    • Door Belling & Direct Voter Contact
    • Office Work
    • Help with Mailings
    • Put Up Yard Signs
    • Communications and Outreach
    • Technology Support
    • Legislative Action
    • Ballot Measures
    • Help with Events
    • Host an Event
    • Fundraising
    • Become a PCO – Precinct Committee Officer

    Precinct Committee Officers – PCOs
    The Revised Code of Washington sets up the rules for each party to elect Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs). PCOs may also be assigned by the County Chair for those precincts which did not elect PCOs.
    PCOs serve for two years. Their purpose is to:

      • Help educate people in their precinct about important issues
      • Get Out the Vote
      • Serve as a member on the County Central Committee, influencing such things as the county party platform and local Democratic activities

        If there is no PCO elected in your precinct, you can submit your name to be considered for appointment as PCO by our BCDCC Organization/PCO Chair. Please e-mail: to find out if your precinct has a PCO, or to ask to be appointed. Being a PCO is a lot of on-the-ground, in-the-trenches work, but it is vital to developing our voter base.