Information on Becoming a Poll Worker

The City of New Berlin encourages all citizens to vote and become involved in the election process. There is no better way to feel comfortable with the election process than to volunteer as a Poll Worker (Election Inspector). Citizen involvement is detrimental to conduct open, accurate and fair elections in Wisconsin.

The Clerk's Office hopes you will consider applying for a Poll Worker with the possibility of gaining more responsibilities and becoming a Back-Up Chief Inspector or Chief Inspector in the future!  

See our Poll Worker Application here!

What Are The Responsibilities Of A Poll Worker?

The City of New Berlin encourages all citizens to vote and become involved in the electoral process. One of the most rewarding ways to do this is to become an Election Day poll worker (formally called "Election Inspector.") The Chief Election Inspector is in charge of the polling location, and has additional training requirements all provided by the City Clerks Office.

Citizen involvement is essential to conduct fair, open and accurate elections in Wisconsin. Please consider participation in one of these positions.

What Are The Requirements To Be A Poll Worker?

What Are The Training Requirements For Poll Workers?

What Are The Working Hours?

Are Poll Workers (Election Inspectors) Compensated?

What Polling Location Will I Be Assigned To Work At?

How Will Poll Workers Be Selected?

Can I Be Excused From My Regular Job To Be A Poll Worker?

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