Poll workers are paid election officials who staff local polling places to carry out assigned Election Day procedures. Their work begins before the election – as each worker is required to undergo training to carry out these tasks. Election workers are essential to the democratic process and ensure that the rights of each and every eligible voter are protected. There are approximately 1,980 polling places across the State of Alabama.
Serving as a poll worker is an amazing opportunity to learn more about the election process while contributing to your community.
- Must be a registered voter in the State of Alabama.
- Must be registered to vote at the precinct in which they desire to act as a poll worker.
- Must attend a mandatory poll worker training. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
- Cannot be a member of a candidate’s immediate family or the second degree of kinship, and cannot be a member of a candidate’s political committee.
Complete the form below and submit it to your county’s Probate Office by mail or email. The contact information for your county’s Probate Office can be found on page 3 of the application.