Poll workers are essential to a thriving democracy, and each year millions of Americans serve their communities during early in-person voting and on Election Day.
Poll workers usually attend a training held by election officials and then work at polling locations to help the voting process run smoothly through tasks like checking in voters and issuing ballots.
To find out more and apply to be a poll worker, head to WorkElections.org.
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW TO APPLY?
To be a poll worker in Florida, you must be a registered or pre-registered voter in the county where you wish to serve.
All poll workers must be able to read and write English.
You must attend the required poll worker training class or classes (based on poll worker position).
Your county election officials may offer training and more general information on becoming a poll worker. Visit your county's resource page.