Do you belong to a business, non-profit, club, or organization that wants to serve the community and raise money? Consider the Adopt-A-Poll program!

Your organization would "adopt" the poll site by taking over and providing the full staff for a precinct table. You will need a team leader to serve as Supervisor/Inspector and 4-6 people to serve as Clerks.

Both poll workers and volunteers in the Adopt-A-Poll program must meet the following requirements:

  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • You must be a US citizen
  • Be available between 6 AM and approximately 9:30 PM on Election Day

Your volunteers will attend training, and they have the option of donating their stipend check to your organization. The group must not be politically affiliated.

If your organization has more people that are interested in participating, you can adopt more than one poll site.

What do the different Poll Worker positions do and how much does a Poll Worker get paid?

There are several positions for each poll site and precinct. Payment varies according to the job requirements. For more information, click on the link below.

Poll Worker Information

Will I be trained to be a Poll Worker?

Poll Worker Training

It is important to sign up and attend training classes as a poll worker to be the best you can be to assist voters on Election Day. Election processes are continually changing and it's important to be aware of all the changes in regulations and procedures.

For information about Poll Worker Training, click on the link below.

Poll Worker Training

To Apply to Adopt-A-Poll click on the link below:

Adopt-A-Poll Application