Every election day, hundreds of Logan County voters contribute to our communities by helping to operate polling places. Logan County’s poll workers (precinct election officials) help safeguard our election process. Many poll workers (precinct election officials) find their experience rewarding and return to serve year after year.
Logan County needs more poll workers (precinct election officials). If you choose to work at a poll, you will receive training and be paid for your time. In Logan County, you start out as a substitute then move into a permanent assignment as an opening arises.
To become a poll worker (precinct election official) you must meet the following requirements:
- You must be at least 17 years of age and a registered voter
- You must be registered to vote in the county you wish to be a poll worker (precinct election official)
- You have not been convicted of a felony (unless the conviction has been reversed, expunged or pardoned)
- You will need to have transportation to and from the polls
- You cannot be running as a candidate for the election in which you are working
- You will need to attend a training session
- You will need to work from about 5:30 AM to 8:00 PM