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Stipend Information

How Much Do Election Workers Earn?

Election Workers can earn between $140 and $240 for working on Election Day. Student election workers receive up to $140.

Inspectors

Inspectors are responsible for the overall operation of a Polling Place on Election Day.

Inspectors can now receive a stipend of up to $240. In order to receive a full stipend of $240, Inspectors must complete all duties listed below:

  • $150 for serving on Election Day.
  • $40 for attending a mandatory 2.5 hours in-person training and completing Inspector online training.
  • $50 for picking up Polling Place supplies and for returning supplies to the Check-In-Center (CIC) on Election Night.

Clerks

Clerks help with the set-up and breakdown of Polling Place and assist voters.

Clerks can now receive a stipend of up to $140. In order to receive a full stipend of $140, Clerks must complete all duties listed below:

  • $100 for serving on Election Day
  • $40 for attending a 2 hour in-person training.

Neighborhood Voting Center (NVC)

NVC Directors oversee the Neighborhood Voting Center (NVC).

NVC Directors can now receive a stipend of up to $140. In order to receive a full stipend of $140, NVC Directors must complete all duties listed below:

  • $100 for serving on Election Day
  • $40 for attending a mandatory 1 hour in-person training and completing online training.
Election Worker Stipend Increase

When Do Election Workers Get Their Stipend?

Election Workers can expect to receive their stipend checks about four to six weeks after Election Day.

What is the Stipend for Volunteering a Polling Place?

The stipend for volunteering a facility as a polling place is $25 per precinct.

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