Election Officials are responsible for administering election procedures in each polling place. Their duties include:
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To be an Election Official, you must:
Election Officials work from approximately 6:30 am to 9 pm.
Yes. Election Officials are compensated.
Most employers are willing to work out arrangements.
Classes are held throughout the county for Election Officials. For more information on training specifics, visit the Election Officials page to view some training materials.
Judge of Elections and Inspectors of Election are elected offices, however, there are also appointed positions in each polling place. Some polls are adequately staffed, but there are some polling places that are always in need of workers. Please complete and submit our Election Official Volunteer Form to apply to volunteer your time.
Please feel free to email or call our office at 215-348-6154 with any questions on the application and submission process.