You must be at least 18 years of age and be a registered voter in the county in which you desire to work.
We are fervently working on spreading our reach to more counties across Texas. Until then, every county has a website dedicated to poll worker recruitment, and you can reach out directly to the county elections office to which you are registered to vote!
If you are between the ages of 16 or 17 years old, you can volunteer to be a student election clerk with the written permission of your legal guardian. Although you will not be paid, the hours you work can count towards community service. For more information including the student application form, please visit the county elections websites provided on their respective applications here.
Checking your registration is simple! Simply click on this link here, put in your information, and press submit.
No. You only need to re-register to vote if you've moved, if you've changed your name, if you'd like to switch political parties, or if you haven't voted in the past four years.
In Texas, the deadline for registering or updating your information is 30 days before Election Day in order for it to be effective by that election.
No. Being a poll worker has a very flexible schedule. You can work with the elections office that you are assigned to in order to find shifts that work best for you.
Yes. When election workers are communicating with a voter who cannot communicate in English, a student election worker may communicate with the voter in a language the voter and the clerk understands.
Be sure to check your spam! If you have note heard back within 7-10 business days, please feel free to contact the elections office directly using the contact information provided on each application page.
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