Counties are required to provide bilingual elections workers who can assist voters in their native language. If you speak English and Spanish, Mandarin or Vietnamese, your skills are really needed.
Harris County has over 800 voting locations and they are still trying to fill positions.
Please help Harris County elections by signing up TODAY to be an election worker for the November 8th general election.
|Election Workers are paid positions!||Requirements|
|Presiding Judge: $20 per hour||
|Alternate Judge: $17 per hour||
|Clerks/Student Clerks: $17 per hour||
* Students 16-17 are allowed to be Student Clerks. Your party chair will need to contact the school
Note: The Republican Party has additional requirements for their judges, clerks and poll watchers. Election workers must have voted in recent Republican primaries. Election Judges - must have voted in the last 2 Republican primaries. Clerks - must have voted in the most recent Republican primary
What do I do next?
STEP 1 - Sign up with Harris County Elections
Fill out the Poll Worker Application. You can also apply though A-1 Personnel here.
STEP 2 - Sign up with your party (They can help get you assigned)
Democratic Party click here
Republican Party click here
STEP 3 - Take Required Harris County Training There are many different times, dates, and locations for training. To learn about being a poll worker, access the training manual and sign up for training click here. All Election Judges and Clerks are required to complete a paid 4-hour, in-person training class to work the November 8 General Election.
STEP 4 - Take the Secretary of State's Required Training Click here to access Secretary of State online poll worker training. You'll need to click on the "My Courses" tab as seen below.
Sign up Today!