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Posted on: May 11, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Become a Poll Worker

Poll Workers perform a vital community service as an integral part of the elections process.  Your Village Clerk and the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections are always looking for poll workers for municipal and general elections.

To become a poll worker you must be a registered voter in Palm Beach County; fill out and submit the poll worker application online; complete a one-hour orientation session; and
attend 3 to 7 hours of training (depending on the position being filled) prior to each election.

The Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department is currently holding a total of ten Prospective Poll Worker Orientation Sessions during May and June.  Seats are limited and poll workers must be registered to attend.  For more information on these paid positions, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department by phone (561) 656-6200 (option 3) or email, or visit the website. Poll Worker Guidelines can be reviewed here, and answers to Frequently Asked Questions here

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