How to Become a Poll Worker

By 11:09am PST September 18, 2020

First, you need to find out if you’re eligible. Here’s where the U.S. Election Assistance Commission recommends starting:

  1. Find out if you need to be a registered voter in your state
  2. Find out if there’s an age requirement in your state
  3. Find out if you need to be an official resident of your state
  4. Find out if you need to identify your political party affiliation 

If you’re looking for  poll working information in your state, we got you covered with the most recent info we could find. Check out this state-by-state guide, including poll worker requirements and where to sign up:

To learn more about the role of poll workers in our democracy, check out our blog that outlines why poll workers are important.
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