Early Voting Poll Worker
During Early Voting each location is staffed with a Captain and a team of workers. Captains make $16/hr and workers make $14/hr. Working during Early Voting requires a minimum commitment of 17 days, including weekends, in shifts plus mandatory training. The Captain carries the most responsibility; duties include voting location access, site setup/take down, task delegation, reconciliation, equipment troubleshooting, and voting process/election law familiarity. All trainings are paid.
Election Day Poll Worker
Notice: Election Day Payment is a flat rate amount which includes payment for training.
Election Day polling places (precincts) are staffed with a Chief Judge, two Party Judges and a number of assistants. Pay is a flat rate of $300 for Chief Judge, $225 for Party Judge and $200 for assistants. This is a one day commitment with mandatory training and a site visit. All workers must be at their precinct from 6:00 a.m. until after the polls close at 7:30 p.m. and the site is taken down. Ability to use a computer is required. The Chief Judge is responsible for managing the site including voting location access, site setup/take down, task delegation, reconciliation, equipment troubleshooting, and voting process/election law familiarity.
Through the Student Assistant Program students who will be at least 17 years old by Election Day can work as Election Day assistants.
Use the Student Election Assistant Application to apply.