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Poll Workers are the backbone of our election system.

Election Judges, Inspectors & Clerks serve as guardians of Democracy. They are vital to efficient and honest elections. Election Officials proudly conduct elections with accuracy, integrity and dignity. Elections in Crawford County require over 300 Election Officials to work the polls every election. You can join this team of civic-minded and committed individuals who help ensure this basic right of U. S. Citizenship: to vote in fair and free elections.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How can I become an Election Official?

You can:

What do Election Officials do?

  • Ready the Polling Place
  • Complete required paperwork
  • Sign in Voters
  • Assist in tallying absentee & provisional ballots
  • Activate electronic voting machines
  • Close polls/prepare returns of votes cast

Who is Eligible?

To be an Election Official, you must:

  • Be a Registered Voter
  • Attend training class prior to each election

What is the time Commitment?

Election Officials work: From 6:00 a.m. to open the polls until the polls close and the tallying of returns paperwork is complete, approximately 9:00 p.m. (Polls open 7:00 am 8:00 pm)

Will I be paid?

Yes! Election Officials are compensated per election: Judge - $81 plus mileage; Minority Inspector - $75; Majority Inspector - $75; Clerks $75.

Can I take time off from work?

That is something you will have to work out with your employer, stressing the importance of providing a civic duty to your community.

What kind of training will I receive?

Election Official attend a 1- to 2 hour training class held at the Crawford County Courthouse or the Oil Creek Township Building and are paid $10 for attending.

Be a guardian of Democracy!

Questions?

Call Crawford County Election Office at 814-333-7307, or you may view a training video by here that will provide an overview of what duties must be performed on Election Day.

County of Crawford, Pennsylvania
Election and Voter Services
Attention Stacey Teuta
903 Diamond Park
Meadville PA 16335


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