Our election team is made up of engaged people from all walks of life who are committed to making Hillsborough County the best place in America to vote.
Whether you have a few days or several weeks, there's a job for you.
Be an Election Day poll worker.
We're looking for friendly people who can confidently work with voters and make sure they have a great experience voting. You'll be checking voters in, handing out ballots, directing people around the polling place, keeping the equipment running, or giving out "I Voted" stickers.
September/October: Training (2 - 5 hrs)
November 5: Polling place set-up, if available (2 hrs)
November 6: Election Day (6 a.m. - approx 8 p.m.)
Earn $150 to $250, depending on the position.
Do you work for Hillsborough County Government? Find out about the civic leave program here.
Be an Early Voting poll worker.
Just like working on Election Day, except you get to spend seven days helping voters, instead of just one. You’ll be assigned to one location and work every other day, rotating positions in the polling place. It’s a chance to earn more money, and the camaraderie that comes from working with your Early Voting team over a two-week period is priceless.
September/October: Training (5 hrs)
October: Polling place set-up, if available (2 hrs)
October 22 - November 4: Work every other Day (6 a.m. - approx 8 p.m.)
Earn $150 to $250/day, depending on the position.
Be an Election Prep worker.
We’re a large county, so we need lots of people at our Elections Service Center on Falkenburg Road to help with logistical and organizational tasks. If you have a positive attitude, several weeks of time available and an interest in helping, this is the perfect opportunity to earn some extra money for a vacation or holiday gifts!
October - November 9: Work daily (8 hrs/day)
If you have questions about any of these positions, email email@example.com.
If you'd like to help us recruit more poll workers and election prep workers, please share this flyer with your friends and colleagues.