What is a cathedral precinct?

Answer A cathedral precinct is defined as the grounds surrounding the cathedral itself. These grounds can vary greatly from cathedral to cathedral. Some are surrounded by a wall, while others include inns... Read More »

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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 »

What is a ward&precinct?

Wards and precincts are both political subdivisions that exist within the jurisdiction of a municipal government. The two are not the same however, and both terminologies often serve as sources of ... Read More »

How to Take Over the Local Party Precinct (U.S.A.)?

You can be a real patriot: take over the Local party and go from there...Do you want to get into and take over your Party community organizing or the TEA Party movement, at the grassroots political... Read More »

Are precinct delegates paid?

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 »