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POLL WORKER REQUEST FORM

BECOME A POLL WORKER!

Poll Workers Training

Working at the Election Polls, not only supports  our election system but it is an enjoyable and rewarding way to be part of our free democratic process.  For each Primary and General Election in Pinal County  there are approximately 88 precincts which require election workers!

POLLING PLACE WORKER POSITIONS The following is a list of various poll worker positions at a "typical" polling place within the state. Your polling place may combine some of the functions and not have all of the positions listed.

* Chief Judge of Election - The Chief Judge is the principal greeter, demonstrator and troubleshooter. The Chief Judge assigns positions and swears in other election board members.
* Registration Clerk - The Registration Clerk is in charge of Election Day Registration. An elector can register on Election Day with proof of residence and photo ID.
* Poll Book Clerk - The Poll Book Clerk checks the name and address of each elector, adds election day registrations to the Poll Book, and reconciles the Election Record and Poll Book at the end of election day.
* Issuing Clerk - The Issuing Clerk is in charge of stamping and issuing ballots.
* Receiving Clerk - The Receiving Clerk is in charge of receiving, recording and depositing the voted ballots.
* Tally Clerk - In paper ballot counties the Tally Clerks are responsible for tallying the vote. There are four Tally Clerks. One clerk reads the voted ballots, one clerk watches and makes certain the ballots are read correctly and two clerks record the tally.

REQUIREMENTS
  • You are "people oriented" and enjoy serving the public.
  • You are available to attend a training class prior to Election Day.
  • You are available to work long hours on Election Day.
  • You are a registered voter in Pinal County
  • You are a high school student 16 years of age or older through the Student Poll Worker Program.
poll_worker_pride2.gif We'd love to have you as part of the team!

If you would like to get paid to serve your community....

If you like to help people....

If you believe in our democratic process....

REQUEST TO BE AN POLL WORKER TODAY!!


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