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An Election Worker must:

  • Be a registered voter in Putnam County
  • Have own transportation to and from polls
  • Be able to lift and assemble voting booths, optical scan and touch screen voting equipment (approximately 26lbs)
  • Be able to speak, read and write the English language
  • Be able to stand for long periods of time, stoop, bend and have manual/physical dexterity
  • Commit to work from 6 a.m. to approximately 8 p.m. on Election Day
  • Attend mandatory training sessions prior to being permitted to work on Election Day
  • Arrive at their assigned precinct by 6 a.m. on Election Day
  • Assist with opening and closing the polls
  • Be able to deal with the public in a courteous manner
  • Provide assistance to voters if needed
  • Remain NON PARTISAN during working hours

If you are interested in becoming a Putnam County Election Worker you can fill out, print and mail in this application or you can fill out the web form below and we will contact you. 

Election Worker Application Form

Please complete this application and click CONTINUE to apply for a position as an Election Worker. If you have any trouble with your electronic request, please call our office for assistance, Thank you.


"By clicking on the Continue button below, I certify that the foregoing answers are true, that I have read and understand the foregoing, that I have no physical disabilities that would hinder my performance at the polls, that I am now a registered voter in this County and I can read and write the English language as required by Florida State Law"

Please note: After completing this application and the orientation process, you will become part of our pool of prospective poll workers.Your name will remain active until you request that it be removed.Not all poll workers work every election. The number of poll workers for each election is determined by the size of the election and the expected turnout.Poll workers are chosen to work a specific election by their availability, willingness to travel, and the number of workers needed. While we like to keep an election board constant throughout an election cycle, this often cannot be done.