Precinct Committee Officers for the major political parties are elected in the August Primary of even-numbered years and begin their 2-year terms on Dec. 1 of that year.
Anyone who is a registered voter and a member of a major political party may become a candidate. Since Washington voters do not register by political party, a candidate declares themselves to be a member of a political party at the time of filing.
If only one person files to run for a precinct office, that person is considered elected and does not appear on a ballot.
Appointed PCOs are chosen by the party's county central committee. (RCW 29A.80.031)
Voters choosing a PCO must affirm on the same ballot that they are members of the party and can only vote in one party's PCO election. (RCW 29A.52.171)
Precinct Committee Officer lists can be found on the party websites:
Kitsap County Democratic Party
Kitsap County Republican Party