September 1, 2020
This year’s election is right around the corner. In just a few weeks early voting will begin and Election Day is just 63 days away.
As American citizens, it’s our civic duty to make sure our votes – and our voices – are counted this November.
Due to the pandemic and changes in how and when people are expected to vote, many states are facing a shortage of poll workers this year, meaning voters could face longer lines and less efficient polling sites – and Indiana is no exception.
That’s why the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) designated September 1 (today!) as National Poll Worker Recruitment Day, in hopes of encouraging civic-minded individuals, like you, to sign up and become poll workers for this November’s election.
Our democracy depends on Hoosiers like you to ensure elections run smoothly and everyone’s vote is counted. You can help guarantee we will have a fair, efficient, and safe election for all by signing up to become a poll worker with your local election office.
There are two easy requirements in order to power the polls:
Depending on the county, poll workers can even earn up to $150 for their service!
Interested in signing up? Contact your County Election Administer here.
p.s. Before signing up to work the polls, check here to make sure your voter registration is up to date before the October 5 deadline.
BOONE COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
212 COURTHOUSE SQUARE
LEBANON IN 46052
HAMILTON COUNTY VOTER REGISTRATION
JUDICIAL CENTER SUITE 13
ONE HAMILTON COUNTY SQUARE
NOBLESVILLE IN 46060
HANCOCK COUNTY ELECTION OFFICE
9 E. MAIN ST, RM 227
GREENFIELD IN 46140
HENDRICKS COUNTY VOTER REGISTRATION
355 S WASHINGTON ST STE 120
DANVILLE IN 46122-1798
MARION COUNTY VOTERS REGISTRATION
200 E WASHINGTON STREET, SUITE W-131
INDIANAPOLIS IN 46204
MORGAN COUNTY VOTER REGISTRATION
180 S. MAIN ST. STE 1
MARTINSVILLE IN 46151