Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy.
Poll workers are the people who make our democracy run. Poll workers are the staff that open and close polling locations, process voters, and process ballots. Unfortunately, most communities struggle to recruit enough poll workers to make Election Day run smoothly. Without enough poll workers, voters can wait in long lines and even be disenfranchised.
Poll workers are trained and paid for their work. Registered voters and 16 and 17-year-olds can serve as poll workers.
The voters and election officials of Michigan need you to become a poll worker. As a poll worker, you will be on the front lines ensuring Michigan has a voting system that works for all.
Complete this form to become a poll worker and we will follow up with additional information to guide you through the process.
Have questions about being a poll worker? Email us at: email@example.com