Precinct Committee Officers 

Being a Precinct Committee Officer (PCO) is one of the most important roles in our party. As a PCO, you are on the front lines of winning elections up and down the ballot – from the School Board to the Senate. Here’s what PCOs do:

  • PCOs are the main point of information and contact for voters in your neighborhood and within the Democratic Party.
  • PCOs are also a central part of their local Democratic organization. They elect Party leadership,
    help fill vacancies in elected office, and lead their precinct caucus every two years.
  • Becoming a PCO is one of the most important roles you can play in helping Democrats win up and down the ballot in your area.

(From the state party’s “Become a Precinct Committee Officer” page)

Walla Walla County

Walla Walla County has 64 precincts. The following list includes all those precincts and the precinct committee officer (PCO) for each. The PCO is a person elected or appointed to be the primary party representative and contact for a neighborhood. Some precincts currently do not have a PCO (marked Vacant), and we welcome new volunteers. Please see information after the list about becoming a PCO.

Precincts and PCOs

Abbott 31 – Michelle Liberty
Alder 02 – Jeffrey Robinson
Alderbrook 01 – Vacant
Ash 03 – Rebecca Stanley
Baker 33 – Cecile Ervin
Baumeister 04 – Jess Portas
Berney 35 – Vacant
Birch 05 – Woody Simmons
Blalock 36 – Vacant
Braden 37 – Kari Isaacson
Burbank 38 – Vacant
Carey 15 – Vanessa Lightfoot
Clark 06 – Mike Beatty
Clyde 39 – Vacant
College 07 – Rodney Outlaw
College Place 1 61 – Joanna Cowles Cleveland
College Place 2 62 – Vacant
College Place 3 63 – Vacant
College Place 4 64 – Nadine Stecklein
College Place 5 67 – Vacant
College Place 6 68 – Vacant
Cottonwood 14 – Scott Peters
Derry 40 – Vacant
Dixie 41 – Don Schwerin
Edison 08 – Amy Schwab
Eureka 4 43 – Vacant
Eureka 5 42 – Vacant
Frenchtown 4 45 – Vacant
Frenchtown 5 44 – Vacant
Garfield 09 – Amy Heitstuman
Garrison 46 – Craig Woodard
Gose 47 – Vacant

Green Park 10 – Barbara Hoffman
Henderson 11 – Yazmin Bahena
Ice Harbor 34 – Vacant
Isaacs 12 – Emily Tillotson
Jefferson 13 – Rebecca Thorpe
Lincoln 49 – Laura Grant
Maple 16 – Jon Paull
Marcus 17 – Mary Moss
McNary 54 – Vacant
Mill Creek 50 – Tim Copeland
Monroe 18 – Chris Nelson
Moore 51 – Kirsten Nicolaysen
Paine 20 – Lori Dohe
Pine 21 – John Knapp
Pleasant 22 – Kathy Mulkerin
Prescott 64 – Doug Venn
Prospect Point 52 – Megan Clubb
Ritz 53 – John Haid
Sharpstein 23 – Andy Zahl
Spruce 24 – David Fogarty
Stadium 25 – James Winchell
Tausick 26 – Janis Corn
Touchet 4 55 – Vacant
Touchet 5 56 – Vacant
Twin Grove 57 – Linda Gunshefski
Veterans 19 – Vacant
Waitsburg 65 – Luke Chavez
Wainwright 28 – Vacant
Wallula 59 – Vacant
Washington 60 – Vacant
Watertown 29 – Everett Maroon
Yellowhawk 58 – Mary Ann Duffy

Jon Paull is the PCO lead for Walla Walla County. To contact your precinct’s PCO, write to Jon at wwcountydemocrats@gmail.com.

If you are interested in learning more about PCOs, there is information on the state party site, or you can email Jon for information about Walla Walla County PCOs and how to become one. We will be appointing new PCOs to fill vacancies, and we also welcome those who prefer assisting a PCO instead of becoming one.

Precinct locations are shown on the Commissioner District maps on the county Elections page. (See the Urban Area Map for clearer boundaries for College Place and Walla Walla.)