What does this mean? PC is an abbreviation for Precinct Committeeman. What is a PC chair? Simply put for each party, they have individuals who represent their district for that party in what’s known as PC and Ward seats. These seats are held by individuals, who help the parties decide which party member will run for a position in an up coming election.

So Where Does That Take Us?

These are very important seats. Unfortunately though in the Marion County GOP, there are over 400 of these seats that are empty and need to be filled. This is one of many reasons why the Republicans did not have a good choice for a candidate for Indianapolis Mayor. There just wasn’t enough people to vote for a better choice.

So, if the Republicans want to build a stronger party along with sharing the balance of power with the Democrats and making the future of Indianapolis a shinning city on a hill, these seats MUST be filled. Interesting tidbit to keep in mind is that anyone can run for those seats as long as they are in good standing with the Marion County GOP, which means a person must have voted in the last Republican primary. This coming May 2020, a person can do so and they will have a voice in what happens for Indianapolis.

If anyone would like to get involved there is a meeting, this will be the first of several starting Wednesday November 13, 2019 at 5:30 pm EDT to socialize, then 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm EDT at the MCL Cafeteria located at 2370 W. 86 St. Indianapolis. The Republican party needs people to get involved and have the county’s voices heard. Invitations have been sent to:
Senator Jim Merritt
Marion County GOP Chair Cindy Kirchhofer
Current PC’s

You can go here to check out the latest story from Your Voice Your Call, which also talks a little bit about the PC chair and why it is important. The Republican party is looking forward to a better future for all of the citizens of this amazing city.