Bylaws

Mohave County Democratic Central Committee is currently revising our bylaws. Here are the current bylaws.

PREAMBLE

The MCDCC represents the Arizona Democratic Party in Mohave County. We, as representatives of the Mohave County Democratic Central Committee, State of Arizona, recognize this document as the official amended Bylaws which are to be binding upon the Mohave County Democratic Central Committee, the subdivisions of the county known as Districts, and all Democratic Precinct Committee Persons in Mohave County.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mohave County Democratic Central Committee

Bylaws

July 20, 2016 Page

Article I, Mohave County Democratic Central Committee (MCDCC)

Section I. Membership ........................................................................................................ 5

Section II. Officers .............................................................................................................. 5

Section III. Committees ....................................................................................................... 5

Section IV. Vacancies in the Executive Offices ...................................................................... 5

Section V. Removal from Office ......................................................................................... 5

Section VI. Duties of Officers ................................................................................................ 6

Section VII. Executive Committee .......................................................................................... 7

Section VIII. Executive Committee Meetings .......................................................................... 8

Section IX. Executive Committee Voting ............................................................................... 8

Section X. Expenses ............................................................................................................. 8

Section XI. Fiscal Period and Biennial Budget .................................................................... 8

Article II, Precinct Committees

Section I. Membership .................................................................................................... 9

Section II. Precinct Captain ............................................................................................. 9

Section III. Duties of the Precinct Captains ...................................................................... 9

Section IV. Appointment in Lieu of Election ...................................................................... 9

Section V. Removal of Precinct Captains ........................................................................ 9

Section VI. Duties of Precinct Committee Persons ........................................................... 9

Section VII. Recognized Volunteers..................................................................................... 10

Section VIII. Removal of Precinct Committee Persons ....................................................... 10

Section IX. Precinct Committee Person Vacancies .......................................................... 10

Article III, District Committees

Section I. Membership ................................................................................................... 11

Section II. Officers .......................................................................................................... 11

Section III. Election of District Officers ............................................................................. 11

Section IV. Duties of the District Chair ............................................................................. 11

Section V. Removal of district Chairs ............................................................................. 12

Section VI. District Vice Chair Vacancy ............................................................................ 12

Section VII. District Proposals ........................................................................................... 12

Article IV, MCDCC Meetings - Organizational and Other .

Section I Organizational Meeting .................................................................................... 12

Section II Other Meetings ................................................................................................. 12

Section III Quorum and Proxies ........................................................................................ 13

Article V, Voting Procedures

Section I Nominations and Elections of Officers ............................................................. 13

Section II Vote by Mail ..................................................................................................... 13

Article VI, Finances

Section I Monies ............................................................................................................. 13

Section II Finance Committee .......................................................................................... 14

Article VII, Appointment to Election Boards

Article VIII, null .................................................................................................................................. 14

Article IX, State Committee

Section I Membership ....................................................................................................... 14

Section II Vacancies .......................................................................................................... 14

Article X, Parliamentary Authority .................................................................................................. 14

Article XI, Amendments ................................................................................................................... 15

Article XII, Definitions and Notification. ........................................................................................... 15

ARTICLE I – MEMBERSHIP

ARTICLE I, Section I. Membership

The MCDCC shall consist of all the elected and appointed precinct persons within the county.

ARTICLE I, Section II. Officers

The regular officers of the MCDCC shall consist of a Chair, First Vice -Chair, Second Vice-Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and a Sergeant-at-Arms who shall all serve a biennial term. Officers shall be nominated from the pool of Precinct Committee Persons elected at the last Primary Election. Officers shall be elected at the biennial Organizational Meeting of the MCDCC as provided by State law. New unopposed officers shall begin their terms on January first or the day following determination of the final results of their elections, whichever comes last. When Vote by Mail is required, selected candidates at the Organizational Meeting shall begin their terms on January first or the day following determination of results of their Vote by Mail elections, whichever comes last.

(Reference: Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 16, Sections 821-828)

ARTICLE I, Section III. Committees

The standing committees of the MCDCC are the Finance Committee, the Candidate Recruitment Committee, the Voter Registration and Precinct Participation Committee and the Affirmative Action Committee . New standing committees must be added through a change in the Bylaws. See Article XI Amendments.

Article I, Section III-A. Finance Committee:

Such committee shall be appointed by the MCDCC Chair after consultation with the Treasurer. The Treasurer is to be a member. It is to be the duty of this committee to draft a budget for the fiscal Biennium January 1, 20XX through December 31, 20XX+1. (example, 2011-2012) The committee

is to include the draft budget in the meeting notice for the regular January meeting at the beginning of the Biennium. (See Also Article I, Section XI. Fiscal Period and Biennial Budget). The committee is to prepare quarterly reports comparing actual income and expenditures to those planned in the approved budget and present this report for MCDCC approval at the first meeting after the quarter.


Article I, Section III-B. Candidate Recruitment Committee:

Such committee shall be appointed by the MCDCC Chair. It is to be the duty of this committee to make reports for Mohave County and Legislative District races. The committee shall conduct training to inform potential candidates of requirements and resources. The First Vice-Chair shall be a member of this committee.

Article I, Section III-C. Voter Registration and Precinct Participation Committee:

Such committee shall be appointed by the MCDCC Chair and shall make plans for and shall schedule voter registration activities and get out the vote activities. The committee shall conduct activities for recruiting and training Precinct Committee Persons. It is to be the duty of this committee to make reports of its activities. The Second Vice-Chair shall be a member of this committee.


Article I, Section III-D. Affirmative Action Committee:

Such committee shall be appointed by the MCDCC Chair and shall establish a program for compliance with Arizona Democratic Party Bylaws Article XI, Affirmative Action. The committee shall establish a time schedule for implementation of this program.

Article I, Section III-E. Ad Hoc Committees:

Ad hoc committees shall be appointed by the MCDCC Chair with the approval of the Executive Committee.

ARTICLE I, Section IV. Vacancies in the Executive Offices

If an elected officer of the Executive Committee resigns or is removed from office or dies, the office shall be filled from the roster of the elected and appointed Precinct Committee Persons by a majority vote of the elected and appointed Precinct Committee Persons subject to the presence of a quorum at a meeting at which at least twenty-one (21) days notice has been given, by mail to Precinct Committee Persons of an intent to fill the vacancy. Such officers shall serve in an interim capacity for the remainder of the Biennium.

ARTICLE I, Section V. Removal from Office

An MCDCC Officer may be removed from office by a two-thirds vote of the Executive Committee. If an MCDCC Officer does not request an excuse and is absent for three consecutive meetings, Executive Committee or MCDCC meeting, such absence shall be deemed a resignation and the office is to be filled as provided in Article I, Section IV of these bylaws.

ARTICLE I, Section VI. Duties of Officers

Article I, Section VI-A. Chair:

1. Shall direct the affairs of the MCDCC as its administrative officer and be its spokesperson.

2. Shall preside over all meetings of the MCDCC and the Executive Committee.

3. Shall preside over the caucuses of the Mohave County delegation to the State Committee and the Mohave County members of the State Executive Committee.

4. Shall prepare an agenda to be posted at least seven (7) days before all meetings of the MCDCC and Executive Committee.

5. Shall attend all Executive Committee meetings and all State Committee meetings and present reports thereon at regular MCDCC meetings.

6. Shall perform other duties as set forth in these bylaws.

Article I, Section VI-B. First Vice-Chair:

1. Shall assist the Chair in the performance of the Chair's duties.

2. Shall in the absence of the Chair act in the Chair's stead.

Article I, Section VI-C. Second Vice-Chair:

1. Shall assist the Chair in the performance of the Chair's duties.

2. Shall in the absence of the Chair and First Vice-Chair act in the Chair's stead.


Article I, Section VI-D. Secretary:

1. Shall record minutes of the MCDCC and Executive Committee meetings.

2. Shall keep a record of all Precinct Committee Persons.

3. Shall keep a record and file of formal reports of its officers and sub-committees.

4. Shall keep a record and file of all resolutions adopted by the MCDCC.

5. Shall notify all Precinct Committee Persons of meetings.

6. Shall ensure that all MCDCC agendas and minutes are posted in each district.

Article I, Section VI-E. Treasurer:

1. Shall receive all monies of the MCDCC, giving receipt thereof.

2. Shall deposit all monies in a bank designated by the Executive Committee.

3. Shall disburse all funds in the manner approved by the Executive Committee and a majority of all Precinct Committee Persons in attendance at a regular MCDCC meeting subject to the presence of a quorum.

4. Shall keep a record of all receipts and disbursements

5. Shall make a monthly report at regular MCDCC meetings and present a written report to the MCDCC Chair.

Article I, Section VI-F. Sergeant-at-Arms:

1. Shall maintain physical order and decorum at all meetings of the MCDCC and Executive Committee.

2. Shall ensure Parliamentary integrity in all meetings.

ARTICLE I, Section VII. Executive Committee

Article I, Section VII-A.

1. The Executive Committee shall consist of the regular officers of the MCDCC, the District Chairs of the three districts within Mohave County and one official representative of the Young Democrats.

2. In the absence of a District Chair the District Vice-Chair shall serve.

Article I, Section VII-B.

The official representative of the Young Democrats shall be elected at the Biennial Convention of the Mohave County Young Democrats Club. This person shall be a voting member of the Executive Committee.

Article I, Section VII-C.

The Executive Committee shall direct the governing functions of the MCDCC in accordance with these bylaws. The duties and responsibilities of the Executive Committee shall be limited to determination of issues other than election of officers and bylaws amendments. Election of officers when required elsewhere in these bylaws and bylaws amendments are presented to the membership through Vote by Mail balloting. The Executive Committee cannot prevent Vote by Mail when required for election of officers or bylaws amendments.


ARTICLE I, Section VIII. Executive Committee


ARTICLE I, Section VIII-A

The Executive Committee shall meet quarterly. At a meeting in January the subsequent quarterly Executive Meetings shall be scheduled. An Executive Committee meeting may be called by the MCDCC Chair at any time. Notice of a meeting shall be by mail, email or direct phone contact to the Executive Committee members not less than seven (7) days before the meeting.

ARTICLE I, Section VIII-B.

A meeting of the Executive Committee shall be called by the MCDCC Chair if the Chair receives a written request by two or more members of the Executive Committee. This meeting shall be called within seven (7) days.

ARTICLE I, Section IX. Executive Committee Voting

Only the regular officers of the MCDCC, the three (3) District Chairs and the Young Democrat member shall be entitled to vote at an Executive Committee meeting. There Shall be no proxy voting.

ARTICLE I, Section X. Expenses

Members of the MCDCC and Recognized Volunteers may be reimbursed for expenditures planned for in the annual budget. Requests for reimbursement shall include receipts for such expenditures. All reimbursements shall be reviewed at a quarterly Executive Committee meeting.

ARTICLE I, Section XI. Fiscal Period and Biennial Budget

Article I, Section XI-A

The Fiscal Period is to be a biennium, beginning January 1, of the year following the General election in even numbered years and continuing for twenty four (24) months.

Article I, Section XI-B.

The budget is to be drafted by the Finance Committee in accordance with Article I, Section III. It shall be approved by a majority vote of the Precinct Committee Persons attending a regular meeting of the MCDCC subject to the presence of a quorum.

Article I, Section XI-C.

The annual budget shall be effective for the 24-month biennial period.

Article I, Section XI-D.

Any expenses in excess of the amount budgeted for any line item shall be subjected to the pre-approval of the Executive Committee and a majority vote of Precinct Committee Persons in attendance at a regular MCDCC meetings subject to the presence of a Quorum.

ARTICLE II – PRECINCT COMMITTEES

ARTICLE II, PRECINCT COMMITTEES

Article II, Section I. Membership

MCDCC Precinct Committees shall be composed of Precinct Committee Persons, elected or appointed from their election precincts of Mohave County. Each election precinct is eligible for at least one (1) Precinct Committee Person. The number of Precinct Committee Person allotments is determined by the County Elections Department proportionate to the voter registration of that precinct.

Article II, Section II. Precinct Captain

The Precinct Captain shall be elected from the Precinct Committee Persons of each precinct. Election shall be held within fourteen (14) days following the MCDCC Organizational meeting or when a vacancy occurs. Election ties or disputes shall be resolved by the respective District Chairs. If a precinct has only one elected or appointed Precinct Committee Person, that Precinct Committee Person shall be designated by the MCDCC Chair as the Precinct Captain.

Article II, Section III. Duties of the Precinct Captains

1. Shall assign Precinct Committee Persons and Recognized Volunteers within their precincts to effective work during election campaigns and on election days.

2. Shall recommend qualified Democratic voters from their precincts to be appointed as election workers for Election Day. These recommendations shall be presented to the MCDCC Chair at least ninety (90) days prior to Election Day.

3. Shall organize registration drives within their precincts.

4. Shall, when a resignation of a Precinct Committee Person occurs within their districts, recommend a replacement immediately.

5. Shall cooperate with the District Chair at all times.

ARTICLE II, Section IV. Appointment in Lieu of Election

If the precinct committee of any precinct fails to meet within fourteen (14) days following the Organizational Meeting to elect a captain, a Precinct Captain may be temporarily appointed by the District Chair to serve until such time as a precinct shall meet and elect a Captain. If the District Chair neglects to make such appointment within twenty-one (21) days following the Organizational Meeting, the MCDCC Chair shall make the appointment.

ARTICLE II, Section V. Removal of Precinct Captains

A majority of the Precinct Committee Persons within a precinct must petition the District Chair to call a special meeting of that precinct for the removal of the Captain of that precinct. At such meeting, a majority of Precinct Committee Persons in attendance may remove the Precinct Captain of that precinct. At the same meeting they may elect a new Precinct Captain.

ARTICLE II, Section VI. Duties of Precinct Committee Persons

1. Shall attend at least one (1) MCDCC meeting every (three 3) months. When a Precinct Committee Person lives thirty (30) miles or more from the nearest District meeting place this rule does not apply.
2. Shall not support an opposition candidate in a partisan election.
3. Shall canvass and campaign in their precincts on behalf of only Democratic candidates.
4. Shall assist in turning out a maximum Democratic vote on Election Day.
5. Shall assist absentee and physically disabled voters to obtain absentee ballots.
6. Shall assist in registering voters and seeing that new residents of the precinct are registered.
7. Shall encourage financial support of the MCDCC and the Arizona Democratic Party.

ARTICLE II, Section VII. Recognized Volunteers

When the number of allotted Precinct Committee Persons positions in a precinct has been filled, Recognized Volunteers may be appointed by the District Chair and ratified by the majority of members present at a regular District meeting. Recognized Volunteers shall be encouraged to attend and participate in their respective District meetings and MCDCC meetings but shall have no vote in District elections or official MCDCC business.

ARTICLE II, Section VIII. Removal of a Precinct Committee Person

*Article II, Section VIII-A

If a Precinct Committee Person fails without reasonable explanation to fulfill the duties of a Precinct Committee Person as stated in Article II, Section VI for a period of ninety consecutive days; the Executive Committee may request that the Board of Supervisors declare that Precinct Committee Person's position vacant. The MCDCC Chair shall notify the Precinct Committee Person of the Executive Committee's action. *(Reference: Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 38, Section 291, Paragraph 7)

Article II, Section VIII-B.

When the Executive Committee initiates the removal of a Precinct Committee Person under Article II, Section VIII-A; the District Chair for that precinct shall request the Precinct Committee Person's explanation or rebuttal of the reasons that brought about the committee's action. If the District Chair is satisfied with the Precinct Committee Person's response, the action shall be terminated and the MCDCC Chair shall be notified. A Precinct Committee Person wishing to appeal removal may petition the MCDCC Chair who shall call for a hearing before the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall act as a board of arbiters. The decision of the Executive Committee shall be final.

ARTICLE II, Section IX. Precinct Committee Person Vacancies

Whenever a vacancy occurs in the office of Precinct Committee Person, any Precinct Committee Person may submit a written nomination to the MCDCC Chair for that office. After ratification by the majority of the membership present at a regular MCDCC meeting subject to the presence of a quorum, the name will be submitted by the MCDCC Chair to the Board of Supervisors for their approval. No vacancy shall be filled during the period between the Primary Election and the MCDCC Organizational Meeting.

End of Article II, Precinct Committees

ARTICLE III – DISTRICT COMMITTEES

ARTICLE III, DISTRICT COMMITTEES

Article III, Section I. Membership

The list of precincts which constitute each district and the number of districts, shall be determined by the incumbent MCDCC Chair. The Precinct Committee Persons, both elected and appointed within each district, shall constitute the District Committee.

Article III, Section II. Officers

In the Kingman district, Lake Havasu City district, and the River Area district, each shall elect a District Chair and a Vice-Chair. The terms of office for District officers shall be concurrent with the MCDCC officers.

Article III, Section III. Election of District Officers

Article III, Section III-A.

After certification of the primary election by the Board of Supervisors the newly elected Precinct Committee Persons of each district shall hold a District Organizational meeting no later than twenty-one (21) days prior to the MCDCC Organizational Meeting for the purpose of electing a District Chair and a Vice-Chair. Nominees shall be selected from newly elected Precinct Committee Persons.

Article III, Section III-B.

The incumbent District Chair of each district shall designate a time and place for the meeting provided for in the foregoing paragraph and shall notify the incumbent MCDCC Chair and the newly elected Precinct Committee Persons of said time and place.

Article III, Section III-C.

In the event that a District Chair fails to comply with the preceding paragraph the MCDCC Chair shall designate a time and place for the meeting of the district and shall notify the Precinct Committee Persons as provided for above.

ARTICLE III, Section IV. Duties of the District Chair

1. Shall call district meetings when necessary and notify all current Precinct Committee Persons of the time and place of each district meeting provided for in this section.
2. Shall organize the district in compliance with the Arizona Democratic Party and canvas and campaign for Democratic candidates.
3. Shall attend all Executive Committee meetings or send the Vice-Chair from the district.
4. Shall keep a record of the district organization including the names of Precinct Captains, Precinct Committee Persons and Recognized Volunteers.
5. Shall assist in the organization, maintenance and support of Democratic Clubs.
6. Shall organize and promote registration drives within the district.
7. Shall encourage financial support of the MCDCC and the Arizona Democratic Party.

ARTICLE III, Section V. Removal of a District Chair

Article III, Section V-A.

If the District Chair fails to attend at least one Executive Committee meeting every three (3) months, the office of District Chair shall be deemed to be vacant.

Article III, Section V-B.

When a vacancy occurs in the office of the District Chair the MCDCC Chair shall call a meeting of all Precinct Committee Persons of the vacated district for the purpose of electing a new District Chair. The MCDCC Chair shall notify each Precinct Committee Person of the vacated district at least twenty-one (21) days prior to the meeting. The MCDCC Chair shall conduct this election for District Chair.

ARTICLE III, Section VI. District Vice-Chair Vacancy

A District Vice-Chair who resigns or has been removed from the office of Precinct Committee Person, may be replaced at a regular District Meeting by a majority vote of those present. The MCDCC Chair shall be notified at least twenty-one (21) days before such election and shall be notified of the results within fourteen (14) days following the election.

ARTICLE III, Section VII. District Proposals

Any district, by a majority vote of the Precinct Committee Persons of the District, may present to the Executive Committee for its consideration any matter within the scope of these bylaws to consider and determine the matter thus presented from the district.

End of Article III - District Committees

ARTICLE IV – MCDCC MEETINGS -
Organizational and Other

ARTICLE IV, MCDCC MEETINGS - ORGANIZATIONAL AND OTHER

ARTICLE IV, Section I. Organizational Meeting

The MCDCC Organizational Meeting shall convene as provided for in State Law, and shall conduct such business, as may properly come before it including election of officers. This meeting shall be held at a time and place to be designated by the incumbent MCDCC Chair. The MCDCC Secretary shall notify all Precinct Committee Persons elected in the Primary Election of the time and place of such meeting not less than twenty-one (21) days prior to the meeting.
(Reference: Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 16,Section 821-828)

ARTICLE IV, Section II. Other Meetings

Article IV, Section II-A

The MCDCC shall have regular meetings according to a schedule approved by the MCDCC at the first January meeting following the Organizational Meeting. Any changes to the schedule shall be approved at a prior meeting by the MCDCC. The MCDCC Secretary shall notify all PCs of approved changes.

Article IV, Section II-B

The MCDCC Chair may call special meetings of the MCDCC from time to time and fix the time and place of said meetings. The MCDCC Secretary shall notify all Precinct Committee Persons of special meetings seven (7) days prior to the meeting.

ARTICLE IV, Section III. Quorum and Proxies

The quorum at all MCDCC meetings is to be at least five (5) members of the Executive Committee currently serving plus a total of six (6) active Precinct Committee Persons of Mohave County. Proxies are not to be used.

End of Article IV - MCDCC Meetings - Organizational and Other

ARTICLE V – VOTING PROCEDURES

ARTICLE V, Voting Procedures

ARTICLE V, Section I. Nominations and Election of Officers

At the Organizational Meeting any newly elected Precinct Committee Person may be eligible for any elective office. At any other MCDCC or District Meeting any duly elected or duly appointed Precinct Committee Person may be eligible for any elective office. All nominations shall be made from the floor of the meeting. No person shall be submitted as a candidate without the consent of such person having first been obtained. If only one candidate runs for office the voting shall take place during the nomination meeting. Any office with two (2) or more candidates shall be determined by Vote by Mail balloting. (see Article V, Section II)

ARTICLE V, Section II. Vote by Mail

When a Vote by Mail election is required the incumbent Chair shall appoint an ad hoc committee to ensure the integrity of the election. This committee shall establish procedures for the dissemination, collection and counting of Vote by Mail ballots. Three (3) envelopes shall be used for Vote by Mail: the mailing envelope with a ballot envelope and a stamped return envelope. Ballots must be logged in when received and placed in a locked ballot box. The ballot count is to be taken at the second meeting after the ballot mailing, but not at the Organizational Meeting. Write-in candidates on vote-by-mail ballots will not be counted.

End of Article V - Voting Procedures

ARTICLE VI FINANCES

ARTICLE VI, FINANCES

ARTICLE VI, Section I. Monies

All monies of the MCDCC shall be deposited in one or more bank accounts designated by the MCDCC Treasurer with approval of the Executive Committee. However, the MCDCC Treasurer may establish and maintain a petty cash fund of an amount not to exceed $100.00.

End of Article VI - Finances

ARTICLE VII –APPOINTMENT TO ELECTION BOARDS

ARTICLE VII, APPOINTMENTS TO ELECTION BOARDS

Recommendations of qualified Democratic voters for positions as election workers or members of election boards to which representatives of the Democratic Party are entitled shall be made by the Precinct Captains to the MCDCC Chair not less than ninety (90) days before the date of an election. No Precinct Committee Person shall be appointed as an election worker in a partisan election unless no other worker can be found.

(Reference: Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 16, Section 531)

End of Article VII - Appointmens to Election Boards

ARTICLE VIII – NULL

ARTICLE IX –STATE COMMITTEE

ARTICLE IX STATE COMMITTEE

ARTICLE IX, Section I Membership

The Mohave County Delegation of the State Committee of the Democratic Party shall consist of the MCDCC Chair and the prescribed number, by law, of Precinct Committee Persons. These members shall be elected at an open nomination and election process at the County Organizational Meeting.

ARTICLE IX, Section II Vacancies

If during the biennial term following the MCDCC Organizational Meeting a total number of State Committee Persons from the various districts in the county does not equal the county's quota, the MCDCC Chair may appoint the additional Precinct Committee Persons necessary to fill the county's quota.

End of Article IX - State Committee

ARTICLE X – PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY

ARTICLE X Parliamentary Authority

The Parliamentary Authority is to be the most recent revision of Roberts Rules of Order Newly Revised.

End of Article X, Parliamentary Authority

ARTICLE XI –AMENDMENTS

ARTICLE XI, AMENDMENTS

Any proposed changes to these bylaws shall be presented to the membership at a regular meeting of the MCDCC. After discussion, the MCDCC Chair may entertain a motion to appoint an ad hoc committee to consider the proposed amendments and make recommendations to the Executive Committee. The final proposal of the ad hoc committee shall be sent by mail or hand delivery to all members of the MCDCC at least 21 days prior to the MCDCC meeting at which the amendments are to be presented for first discussion. No action shall be taken at this meeting on the proposed amendment. The second reading shall be at the next regular meeting. Additional readings, if necessary, shall be at successive regular meetings. A vote shall be made by Vote by Mail ( see Article V, Section II). The ballots must be returned by mail before the second regular meeting after the ballot mailing. The ballots returned by mail must favor the proposal to make the proposed changes effective. These bylaws may not be amended in any way to make them contrary to the Arizona Democratic Party Bylaws and/or Arizona Revised Statutes.

End of Article XI Amendments

ARTICLE XII – DEFINITIONS AND NOTIFICATIONS

1. Elected Precinct Committee Person: A Precinct Committee Person deemed elected by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors following the biennial primary election.


2. Appointed Precinct Committee Person: A Precinct Committee Person Appointed by the Mohave County Board of Supervisors during the biennial interim period.

3. Precinct Committee Person: A Precinct Committee Person, elected or appointed, shall have the same membership rights and privileges following the conclusion of the election of officers at the Biennial Organization Meeting.

4. Post: The term "post" means to display for viewing in a public place chosen by each District.

5. Notify by mail: The term "notify by mail" means notification by US Postal Service mail.

6. Notify: The term "notify", without qualifications, means contact by telephone, email or US Postal Service.

7. Vote by Mail: The term "Vote by Mail" means utilization of the US Postal Service for distribution and collection of voting material and ballots.

8. mail: The term "mail" means US Postal Service mail.

9. MCDCC: The term "MCDCC" means Mohave County Democratic Central Committee.

End of Article XII - Definitions and Notifications