Can I work at the same precinct as my spouse?
Yes. We do everything to make sure you stay together.
Can I work at my own precinct?
The Coordinator will try to assign you to work in your precinct, however, it is possible you could be at a different location based on the needs of the county.
Can I go home for lunch or run an errand during the work day?
NO. All Election workers are required to remain at their assigned location for the duration of the work day. Election Workers are advised to bring all necessary food and snacks they will need throughout the day with them to the Polling Location.
Is Training Provided?
Yes, The Supervisor of Elections office provides digital online and “hands on” training to Election Workers prior to each election cycle.
TRAINING IS MANDATORY AND MAY LAST 2 to 4 HOURS
Pursuant to Florida Statute Section 102.014, Election Workers are required to complete specialized training based on their assigned Election Worker position and training to be able to accommodate the needs of voters during Election Season.
Not all election workers work every election.
The number of election workers for each election is determined by the size of the election and the expected turnout.
Make sure to fill out the Availability form, so we know when you are available to work.
Election workers are chosen to work a specific election by their availability, willingness to travel, and the number of workers needed.
Your name will remain in the Election Worker Pool until you request that it be removed.