Are precinct delegates paid?

Answer Every voting precinct in the United States has representatives from both the Democratic and Republican parties that are called precinct delegates. These are volunteer political positions and are no... Read More »

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How many delegates signed the Declaration?

Fifty-six delegates signed the Declaration of Independence. John Hancock is famous for adding the largest signature. Contrary to popular opinion, the Declaration was not signed by all the delegates... Read More »

How do I contact Virginia state delegates?

Locate your state delegate within the telephone list on the Virginia House of Delegates website. If you do not know the name of your delegate, you can find the information by entering your address... Read More »

Can delegates change Outlook 2007 categories?

According to Microsoft, an Outlook 2007 delegate can make changes to an Exchange user's shared folders provided the user has Editor-level (or higher) privileges. Editor-level access allows a user ... Read More »

What is a precinct captain?

A precinct captain is an individual who links his political party with the voters in his precinct. A precinct captain can be responsible for helping his party with registering voters, distributing ... Read More »