Election Worker Application
An Election Worker is a temporary employee of the Supervisor of Elections office that is assigned to work at a polling location for an election. Election Workers have very important responsibilities that they are assigned to carry out on Election Day to ensure that each eligible voter is given an opportunity to exercise his or her right to vote.
Election Worker positions in Hernando County are as follows:
**** Alternates are compensated for the position worked on Election Day.
Alternates are paid for their attended training if they are not called to work.
Workers may receive additional compensation for supplementary technology training.
Detailed Election Worker Information
Required Election Worker Training:
All Election Workers are required to attend a mandatory training session prior to each election.
F.S. 102.014(1) The supervisor of elections shall conduct training for inspectors, clerks, and deputy sheriffs prior to each primary, general, and special election for the purpose of instructing such persons in their duties and responsibilities as election officials. The Division of Elections shall develop a statewide uniform training curriculum for poll workers, and each supervisor shall use such curriculum in training poll workers. A certificate may be issued by the supervisor of elections to each person completing such training. No person shall serve as an inspector, clerk, or deputy sheriff for an election unless such person has completed the training as required. A clerk may not work at the polls unless he or she demonstrates a working knowledge of the laws and procedures relating to voter registration, voting system operation, balloting and polling place procedures, and problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills.
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Shirley Anderson, Supervisor of Elections, Hernando County
OFFICE: 20 North Main Street, Room 165, Brooksville, FL 34601
PHONE: (352) 754-4125 • FAX: (352) 754-4425
HOURS: Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm