The Muscogee County Democratic District Post Committee is the central decision-making committee of the MCDP.
Current Membership (2014-2016)
- District 1: P. Hugley-Green, J. Washington (1st Vice-Chair), E. Lewis (State Committee Delegate)
- District 2: A. Barkwell (Recording Secretary), J. Richburg, V. Almonord
- District 3: L. Parker, S. Hunley, M. Hall
- District 4: P. Lassiter, J. Booker (State Committee Delegate), G. Tyson (2nd Vice-Chair)
- District 5: P. McCollum, T. Robinson, L. Richburg
- District 6 — <Empty> — No Reps.
- District 7: T. Reese, J. Van Doorn, D. Perkins (State Committee Delegate)
- District 8: B. Newroth, C. Newroth (Corresponding Secretary), D. McLeod
- At Large Districts
- District 9: W. Viruet (State Committee Delegate), S. Ellison (Chair)
- District 10: A. Chester, T. Titus (Treasurer), D. Smith
The duties of the Post Committee are as follows:
- Promote development of Party organization and activities;
- Seek and encourage qualified candidates for public office;
- Support Democratic candidates;
- Perform election functions as required by law;
- Maintain appropriate records;
- Promote and add logistical support to the State Affirmative Action program;
- Raise funds for the above purposes;
- Perform other such duties as may be required by the State Committee.
It is comprised of the following elected or appointed representatives:
- Members representing each District Post, 3 or more of which are assigned to each Party Election District (each Party Election District is the same as each district of the City Council);
- Five or more members elected to City-wide Post positions from any district.
As of 2016, this requires at least 29 members on the District Post Committee.
Nominate to the Post Committee
If you are a post committee member who is interested in nominating someone for joining the post committee, please download, print, sign and bring this Post Nomination Form (PDF) to the designated post committee meeting where the election is held.
Election to the Committee
To become a Post Member for the Democratic Party, you must be a registered voter who lives in the district you are trying to represent, and you must consider yourself a Democrat. It is highly preferred that Post Members vote in at least one of the previous two Democratic Primaries prior to an election or appointment. You cannot be a Post Member if you are a registered Republican.
Elections for the Post Committee occur in the following manner:
- one half of the Post Committee representing even-numbered Post Positions are elected every Presidential Election year;
- the other half of the Post Committee representing odd-numbered Post Positions are elected every Gubernatorial Election year.
Post Members are elected by incumbent members to four-year terms, but half of the Committee will be selected by the Executive Committee to serve two-year terms following City Council reapportionment in order to realign with the Presidential/Gubernatorial election cycle. Post Committee elections are held at a business meeting within 45 days after the General Primary.