As an election worker, you are a Gatekeepers of Democracy! It is rewarding experience. You provide assistance to voters and act as a liaison between voters and the Supervisor of Elections Office.
Becoming an election worker is an important decision that requires commitment, dedication and the desire to be a public servant. The first steps towards becoming an election worker are submitting an application and attending orientation. During orientation you will find out what being an election worker entails. After orientation, you will be added to our list of active workers, and we will contact regarding training dates prior to any upcoming elections.
Election Workers receive a stipend for attending training (not orientation) and for working during Early Voting and/or on Election Day.
2017 Orientation Schedule
*Orientation classes are from 10am to 12pm and are held at the Supervisor of Elections Office, located at 4375 43rd Avenue in Vero Beach (directly across from Dodgertown Elementary).
Click the photo above for details about becoming a poll worker.
For more information, please contact Shane Bias, Poll Worker Coordinator, at (772) 226-3845.