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Poll Worker Job Descriptions

You will not be paid for training classes if you do not work Election Day.

All Poll Workers are expected to arrive one hour before the center opens on the first day a center is open and one-half hour before opening on all other days. In addition, you should expect to stay after closing each night to ensure all items are secure and the days ballots are packed and ready for the Lead, and one other person, to return to the designated location.

Hours - Polling locations will be open the following hours:

  • Saturdays and Sundays 9am to 5pm
  • Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm
  • Tuesday, Election Day 7am to 8pm

Job Descriptions:

Lead

  • Attend training.
  • Contact your assigned clerks before election day to confirm their assignments.
  • Work 6am until about 10pm on Tuesday, Election Day.
  • Act as person in charge of assigned Voter Service Center for all four days.
  • Set up the VSC in time to be ready to open the doors at the correct time each day.
  • Return ballots and other election materials each night.
  • Have reliable, private transportation.

VSC Clerk 10 and VSC Clerk 4

  • Attend training.
  • Work 6am until about 10pm on Tuesday, Election Day.
  • Work assigned hours on days leading up to Election Day.
  • Check in and assist voters.
  • Help set up before opening each day.
  • Help close and pack up at the end of each night.

VSC Clerk 2

  • Attend training.
  • Work 6am until about 10pm on Tuesday, Election Day.
  • Work 7:30am to 5:30pm on Monday.
  • Check in and assist voters.
  • Help set up before opening each day.
  • Help close and pack up at the end of each night.

VSC Clerk 1

  • Attend training.
  • Work 6am until about 10pm on Election Day.
  • Check in and assist voters.
  • Help set up before opening on Election Day.
  • Help close and pack up at the end of the night.