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Denver County House Districts
Each month our 16 Sub-districts gather to hear from their Executive Committee leaders (and often Officers and Denver Elected Democrats), welcome candidates or initiative group leaders, conduct local business, plan and share information about upcoming events, generally touch base with their Precinct Committee Persons, and socialize. EVERYONE is welcome, and it's a great way to find out first hand what else YOU can do. Scroll down to find your monthly meeting.
Not sure where you live? Click to visit our Precinct Finder and find out your House and Senate Districts (and State Rep and Senator), and information about upcoming elections.
House District 1: Every second Saturday 9:00 - 11:00 am
Christ the King Lutheran Church :: 2300 S Patton Ct, Fellowship Hall
House District 2: Every third Saturday 10:00 am - noon
Washington Street Community Center :: 809 S Washington St
House District 4: Every first Saturday 9:00 - 11:00 am
Argyle Senior Center :: 4115 West 38th Avenue
House District 5: Every first Wednesday 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Colorado Democratic Party offices :: 789 Sherman Street
House District 9: Every fourth Saturday 8:45 - 10:30 am
Calvary Baptist Church :: 6500 E Girard Ave (NE corner of Monaco & Hampden)
Click on each HD above to get more detailed meeting information (if any), Leadership contact information, PCP lists, meeting agendas, notifications on upcoming events and fund raisers, and more!
|In December 2011, the State of Colorado completed "Reapportionment," which redraws all of the district lines each 10 years after a census. Following is a description of Denver House Districts, updated after our 1/28/2012 Reorganization.|
The Democratic Party of Denver represents Democratic voters within the City and County of Denver. Our organizational structure is based upon eight (8) STATE HOUSE DISTRICTS (HDs 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9) within or that intersect Denver boundaries.
Each HD is divided into 2 SUB-DISTRICTS, A and B. In February of each odd year (and in 2012 because all the lines were redrawn), we elect officers for each HD and Sub-district.
Denver is further divided into 344 PRECINCTS (down from 429), which each have two (2) PCP who are elected in EVEN years, at Caucus. PCPs are as grass roots as you can get, and where we need the most help. Click HERE for our PCP Handbook, to see if you have the right stuff.
In addition to being responsible for spreading our Democratic message in their precints, PCPs are members of the Denver Democratic Central Committee, which typically meets twice a year. When full, this body is almost 800 members, including PCPs, elected officials, district leadership, etc., and is the ONLY way we can deliver our message! In addition to being required to attend the DDCC meetings, PCPs are also expected to attend their monthly HD meetings: