PBC Supervisor of Elections hiring paid election workers

The county has always paid “non-partisan” election workers, but not everyone knows, and more people should.

These jobs are not about poll watching for any party.

It’s’ working the election and interacting with voters.

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Since so many people think shenanigans were going on in the last election, why not participate in the process and see the system work at the precinct level.

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I know from experience there are entire precincts manned by Democrats, and I suppose some are operated entirely by Republicans.

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That’s not healthy. Every precinct should have workers from both parties, but people have to step up and do it.

After all, if you’re working at a precinct all day, it’s not like someone can run away with a box of ballots or a voting machine without you seeing them do it.

Directly below are links you can follow to apply. Below the links is a pdf of the Supervisors notice.

Election Worker requirementspositions, andsubmit an applicationon the websiteVotePalmBeach.gov.

If you are friendly, can confidently work with voters, and would like to learn more about the electoral process, then please apply today!

Step 1: Complete an Election Worker application online.

Step 2: You will be contacted by a member of our Election Worker Department with information about upcoming Orientation Sessions.

To follow up on a submitted application, or if you have any questions, please contact the Poll Worker Department by calling (561) 656-6200 option 3, or by email to [email protected].

Supervisor of Election’s hiring announcement in full.


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