Election Day Precinct Worker Application

BENCHMARKS: Please review the following benchmarks before submitting your name for consideration as an election worker.

Complete the online form below

Contact Information

Open Positions

Positions you are interested in, rank them in the top three:

See bottom of page for definitions

(Mark all that apply. See below for descriptions.)

(For November 3, 2020, please select all that apply)



Supervising Judge: Be able to learn all aspects of the Advance Vote Center and/or Polling Place site, supervise and assist 2-12 clerks, assign tasks to complete opening and closing procedures, and oversee all functions of the Advance Vote Center and/or Polling Place site and handle various voting issues that may arise.  Election Office staff approval required for this position.

Provisional Ballot Judge: Assist voters in completing provisional ballot procedures.  Issue correct paper and provisional ballots to voters based on information found on Ballot Style Slips.  Assist with duties of Cross-trained Clerk when not serving provisional voters.

Cross-trained Clerk: Be able to learn all aspects of the Greeter, Check-in Clerk / Computer Operator, and Machine Clerk positions to facilitate a smooth work flow throughout the day.

Runner / Cross-trained Clerk:  Serve as a Cross-trained Clerk during the voting day.  After close of polls, the Runner is responsible for securely transporting the election results from the polling site to the Election Office.  Must have reliable transportation.

Early Vote Center Clerk: Be able to work multiple days, immediately before and including Election Day, at an Early Vote Center.

All positions will participate in opening and closing procedures at the work site in addition to the tasks listed above.

I understand that I must attend training prior to serving as an election worker, that I must be able to work all the hours for each day that I am assigned to work, and that ending times depend on voter turnout and length of time needed to complete all closing procedures.

Early Voting Centers - Multiple Sites Available
  • Available for most Primary and all General Elections; also some special elections
  • 3 - 5 days the week before the election; usually includes the Saturday before the election
  • Weekday hours are approximately 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
  • Saturday hours are approximately 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Special Election Boards - 
1 Site Available
  • 1 Site Available
  • 1 - 6 days, including Election Day
  • Hours are approximately 8 AM - 7 PM before and after Election Day
Election Day Polling Places - 83 Sites Available
  • Election Day
  • Hours - Full Shift 4:45 AM - 8:30 PM
  • Limited Half-day Shifts Available (Morning: 4:45 am - 12:45 pm or Afternoon: 12:30 pm - 8:30 pm)