Work the Polls
Be a Poll Worker
We know many of you are concerned about election integrity. There’s no better way to ensure that our elections remain free and fair than being a poll worker on Election Day. Wisconsin law mandates that every employer allow a 24-hour leave of absence to any employee who wants to serve as a municipal poll worker.
Being an Election Inspector is a rewarding way to do your civic duty and help your fellow citizens. You will be trained by whichever municipality that you chose to work for and, you will be paid by that municipality for all the election work you perform.
Be a Poll Observer
Poll Observing is just as important a job as poll working, the difference is that you are at the polls to ensure that the Chief Election Inspector & all of the poll workers are following Wisconsin Election laws and that the election is being conducted properly. Poll Observers are volunteers, usually representing political parties.
Your contact at the polling location is the Chief Election Inspector (Poll Chairman) and you will be trained by the Republican Party for this job.