903-593-7061


The office of Precinct Chair is the second most important position in the Democratic Party.  (Former President Harry Truman thought so, too.)

It is the Precinct Chair who contacts the voters in his or her precinct, welcomes new Democrats to the neighborhood, arranges meetings between like-minded citizens to discuss political issues, and recruits and trains volunteers.
Click Here to go directly to list of Precinct Chairs.
Click Here to see a county-wide map showing all Precincts.
Click here to access specific Precinct Maps and other election district maps

The Precinct Chair convenes the Precinct Convention at the Polling Location for that precinct in the Primary Election immediately after the polls close.  At the Precinct Convention, delegates are elected to the County Democratic Convention, resolutions are sometimes offered for adoption, and other Democratic Party matters at the precinct level may be voted upon. 



Precinct Chairs are elected to two-year terms and are members of the County Executive Committee.  The Executive Committee has three meetings required by statute (Sec. 172.082, 1172.116, Texas Election Code) in each (even-numbered) election year:  

1.  January – to draw ballot order of candidates filing for office and attend to other business relating to the conduct of a Primary Election in March

2.  March – to canvass and certify election returns from the March Primary, determine winners and, if needed, draw ballot order of candidates in a Runoff

3.  April – (if Runoff is needed) to canvass and certify election returns from the April Runoff

The County Executive Committee also meets with the County Chair as the need arises to handle other Democratic Party matters.  Together, they provide the leadership and guidance for party activities in each county. Vacancies in the office of Precinct Chair may be filled by a majority vote of the County Executive Committee. 

Precinct Chairs are listed in the table below; if the Chair has an email address, their name will be in blue type and you can send them an email by clicking on their name.

Many precincts in Smith County currently have no Precinct Chair.  If you are interested in becoming more involved in party politics and would like information about “adopting” your precinct or sharing some duties with others in your neighborhood, please contact the Smith County Democratic Party office at 903-593-7061. 


Smith County Precinct Chairs


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414 E Rix
Tyler TX 75701
R 903-597-7802
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2119 Rana Park
Flint, TX 75762
R 903-894-6969
C 214-392-8250
77Open for Adoption!