To become a Dixie County Election Worker, you must meet the following requirements:
- Apply to become an Election Worker
- Be a citizen of the United States and a registered vote in Dixie County
- Able to speak, read, and write the English language
- Attend all required orientation and training classes
- Have transportation to and from your assigned working location
- Be available to work from 6:00 AM and work a 14-hour work day
- Meet the physical requirements (standing, bending, stooping, lifting 40 lbs, normal vision, and manual/physical dexterity)
The clerk manages the overall tasks, activities, and poll workers in the polling place. Picks up election day materials from the elections office prior to election day. Returns specified materials to the elections office on election night. Pay rate is $130 per election, plus mileage to pick up and return election night materials.
The assistant clerk assists the clerk and shares his/her duties as needed and may substitute for the clerk if they are unable to serve. Pay rate is $125 per election.
Inspectors are responsible for properly processing voters, issuing ballots, setup and breakdown of voting booths, and reorganizing precinct building after the polls close. Pay rate is $120 per election.
Deputies are responsible for maintaining order at the polling place, assisting voters, setup and breakdown of voting booths, and reorganizing the precinct building after the polls close. Pay rate is $120 per election.
A substitute is a trained worker who is available to fill in for someone who is unable to work on election day. They are on stand-by from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or later on election night.
All Workers and Substitutes Will be Compensated
$30 for Each Poll Worker Training Class
Pay Rate is Subject to Change
To Apply to be a Poll Worker Click Here