How many hours will I work?

Although the average service for a Poll worker is 14 to 15 hours on Election Day, the rewards to you and the community are immeasurable. The polls are open from 6 am to 7 pm. You would be required to arrive between 5 am and 5:30 am to prepare voting materials. Closing the polls and related duties take about an hour and your service would conclude around 8 pm.

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1. How many hours will I work?
2. What are the benefits of serving as a poll worker?
3. What will I do as a poll worker?
4. Where will I serve as a county poll worker?
5. How can I cast my ballot?
6. What are the requirements for becoming a poll worker?
7. Is there an age restriction to become a poll worker?
8. What should I wear on Election Day?
9. Will I receive a break while working?
10. May I use my cell phone on Election Day?
11. When will I be paid for working on Election Day?
12. Why do you need to know my political party?
13. I have been an election worker before, do I need to fill out a new questionnaire?
14. What’s a vote center?
15. How do people vote on Election Day?