Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office to Host
Poll Worker Orientation Sessions for the 2020 Election Cycle
Recruiting English and Spanish-speaking Poll Workers
PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL – Anticipating a historic turnout for countywide elections in 2020, the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office is recruiting English and Spanish speaking Poll Workers and will host Poll Worker Orientation Sessions for prospective Poll Workers.
“We offer Orientation Sessions each year for residents of our county to have the opportunity to learn what is expected of our Poll Workers on Election Day,” said Supervisor of Elections, Wendy Sartory Link. “We are always looking for committed, courteous and polite individuals who can confidently work with voters to ensure a great voting experience.”
The one-hour Orientation Sessions will cover the requirements that come with serving as a Poll Worker on Election Day, the responsibilities for each position, as well as an introduction to Palm Beach County's new voting equipment.
Sessions are offered to any Palm Beach County resident who is a registered or pre-registered voter who has not been a Poll Worker but is interested in serving at the polls on Election Day.
Sessions are scheduled and will begin on Thursday, May 30, 2019.
For more information about becoming a Poll Worker, please visit www.pbcelections.org. Apply online and reserve your spot today.