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Becoming a Pollworker in Leon
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#5 You will work side by side with your neighbors and meet new people.
#4 You will play a vital role in the democratic process.
#3 Your community needs you.
Leon County must recruit 1,500 Poll Workers for elections to run smoothly.
#2 It is a great opportunity to help people, serve your community, and have fun doing it!
#1 You get paid to do a good thing!
Your local election officials will teach you everything you need to know to do the job. The job is not complicated and anyone who has worked at the poll will tell you it is one of the most rewarding ways to help your community.
To Be A Pollworker
To apply to be a Poll Worker you can complete the application online or drop by the Leon County Supervisor of Elections office at: 2990-1 Apalachee Parkway to fill out an application.
All new Poll Workers must complete an orientation class. You can view the
Pollworker Orientation Manual or come to one of the orientation classes.
For more information please email the Poll Worker Coordinator or contact Leon County Supervisor of Elections office and ask for the Poll Worker Coordinator.
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