What Is A Poll Worker?
An individual who dedicates their time and effort on election day to administer the election and process voters.
Is Training Mandatory?
Training is mandatory for all poll workers although it does vary depending upon the election, position and experience of the poll worker. As soon as the positions are assigned you will be notified of the date and time of your training. If you have any questions, please call (801) 451-3438 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Requirements To Serve As A Poll Worker?
• be a registered Davis County voter
• be willing to attend training
• must have a social security card
• must have a photo ID (e.g - driver license)
Where Will I be Assigned?
Our priority is to assign a person to their own polling location or as close as possible.
What Hours Do Poll Workers Work on Election Day?
Poll workers must arrive at the assigned polling location by 6:00 a.m. and usually finish by 9:00 p.m.
What Training Is Required?
Depending upon the position, a poll worker will attend a 1-3 hour training session usually held 2-4 weeks prior to the election.
How Much Are They Paid?
Poll workers are paid for each required training session and, depending upon the position, between $125 and $160 for Election Day.
How Do I Become A Poll Worker?
- Sign up at political party caucus
- Call the County Clerk/Auditor's Office
- Click the Application for Polling Worker tab above