• Registered Voters in Levy County as of
  • Democrat:
  • Republican:
  • Other:
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Poll Worker Requirements and Positions

All poll workers MUST:

  • Be a registered voter in Levy County.
  • Be able to read, write and speak English.
  • Be able to work a 14-hour day. 
  • Have the patience and the ability to deal courteously with the public and coworkers.
  • Be able to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Have transportation to the polling place and training classes. (Will be driving in non-daylight hours for some elections.)
  • Have working email address.
  • Be able to stand for long periods of time, bend, and have manual/physical dexterity.
  • Complete the required training prior to each election.
  • Remain nonpartisan while working at the polls.
  • Be dependable and committed to the voting process.
  • Treat each voter with the respect they deserve.

For more information, call (352)486-5163 or email tammy@votelevy.com.

Poll Worker Job Description Overview

There are five (5) different types of poll worker positions.  Below is a brief description of each position.  Please be sure to read each description carefully and consider the responsibilities before applying for a position. 

Clerk:

  • In charge of the overall management of the tasks, activities, and Poll Workers in the polling place. 
  • Opens up polling place and determines voting arrangement. 
  • Verifies seal number on the ballot transfer bag. 
  • Prepares ImageCast Evolution (ICE) unit in order to receive ballots. 
  • Serves as a liaison to the elections office.
  • Returns all specified materials to the elections office.

 Assistant Clerk:

  • Assists the clerk in any capacity, may include filling out and signing election-related forms.
  • Prepares Electronic Voter Interface Device (EViD) to check in voters.
  • Is flexible to work any needed position required at the precinct.
  • Must be able to replace clerk in case of an emergency.

Equipment Operator:

  • Stays stationed by voting unit.
  • Instructs voter on how to insert voted ballots.
  • Advises voter if ballot has been rejected on the first pass.

Inspector:

  • Locates voter and verifies address and signature on the Electronic Voter Interface Device (EViD).
  • Assigns voter appropriate ballot and privacy folder.
  • Keeps privacy booths clean.

Deputy:

  • Stands outside the entrance of precinct.
  • Directs voter to entrance of polling room.
  • Takes instructions from the Clerk when necessary.
  • Ends voting at 7 p.m. by placing self in line and notifies voters who approach that polls are closed.

Under Florida law, email addresses are considered public record. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send email to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.