Skagit County Precinct Committee Officers

Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs)

This is the latest information we have for Skagit County PCOs. LD stands for Legislative District (state), CD stands for Congressional District (federal), and CM stands for Commissioner District.

To find your precinct, enter your name and date of birth in the online Washington State MyVote Form.

To get more detail, go to Skagit County’s interactive map.

To see what precinct your are in, go to Skagit County’s list of precinct maps

Complete List of Skagit County Precincts

Become a Precinct Committee Officer

Find more information about PCO duties in the PCO Handbook (English); PCO Handbook (Spanish)

Apply to be a PCO if there is none in your precinct as shown in the list above.

Note: You must live in a vacant precinct to be appointed as the PCO for that precinct. If you do not live in a vacant precinct, you can still become its Precinct Captain. Precinct Captains ‘fill-in’ as temporary PCOs for vacant precincts while they help us find and appoint an official PCO to replace them.

To apply, download the PCO Application.

Contact our Chair, Lynn Campbell, at if you have questions about becoming a PCO or Precinct Captain.

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