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Adopt A Precinct

Adopt a Precinct is a partnership between the Supervisor of Elections and Community Service Organizations, Clubs and Nonprofit Organizations.

What is the Adopt A Precinct Program?

Adopt A Precinct is a way for the Supervisor of Elections to recruit election workers; for community service organizations, clubs and nonprofit organization to raise funds; and for voters in our county to receive excellent Election Day services.

What are the steps to Adopt A Precinct?

  1. The community service organization, club or nonprofit agrees to provide a certain number of election workers for Election Day.
  2. The elections office will train the election workers (as required by state law), and assigns them to a polling site.
  3. The recruited election worker (volunteer) designates their paid salary to their organization. After the election, the partnering organization receives a check in the amount equal to what your volunteers have earned as election workers.
  4. The election worker may also earn community service merits or points with your organization/club, along with the money you have earned, which will be donated to your organization/club.

NOTE: The partnering organization can display a sign at the polling place that tells voters your organization has adopted the precinct so the voters know of your good deeds.


How do I sign up for Adopt A Precinct?

Just fill out the form below or call Marie Hobbs at the Supervisor of Elections office at (386)326-7151. We will give you the information so that your community service organization, club or nonprofit organization can participate in the Adopt A Precinct Program – and become a Partner in Democracy!

Come work with us!
Join the other organizations who are serving our community.

This program is a public/private partnership. Each participating organization 'adopts' a precinct for the election cycle year by providing volunteers to staff a precinct for the election board.

This fundraiser benefits your organization or a designated charity by receiving payments for the hours worked during the election.

How can your non-profit or for-profit organization Adopt-A-Precinct?

Telephone the Supervisor of Elections Training Officer or fill out the Application below and someone will contact you.

We hope you will be able to join us during the next election cycle.

Fields marked with a red asterisk are required.

Charles L. Overturf III, Supervisor of Elections, Putnam County

Address & Qualifying Office: 2509 Crill Ave, Suite 900, Palatka, FL 32177

P: (386) 329 - 0224 | F: (386) 329 - 0455 | H: M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Email: electionsoffice@putnam-fl.gov