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The role of State Central Committee (SCC) & County Central Committee (CCC)

Updated: Feb 15

What is the State Central Committee (SCC)? 

Two persons, one female and one male is elected to represent the State Senate District for each political party.

What are some of the Objectives for SCC representatives?

Communicate                                 Educate

Plan & Fundraise                            Create Platform


What is a County Central Committee (CCC)? 

Similar to the SCC, each precinct within a county is represented by one representative for each political party that is elected or in some cases appointed.

The role of a CCC is to:

  1. Provide information about party candidates. 

  2. Obtain information from you concerning issues and matters important to you. 

  3. Share your issues and matters.

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