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Requirements and Application

 

 

Thank you for applying to become a Hernando County Election Worker. 

As an Election Worker, you will be the face of Democracy for your neighbors, family, and friends.

You will be representing the Supervisor of Elections (SOE) and our team of permanent and temporary employees.

We look forward to working with you and celebrating another free and fair election in Hernando County!

 



 


  • Election Workers must follow the Florida Election Laws

  • Election Workers must by registered voters in Hernando County.

    To check your voter registration, go to The Voter Lookup Tool.

  • Election Workers are required by law to attend training prior to

    each election. In Hernando County, we use in-person and online training for different aspects of every position.

  • Election Workers must have their own smartphone, tablet, or PC which

    they routinely check for emails, voicemails, and/or test messages.

  • Election Workers must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking the

    English language. Bi-lingual candidates (fluent in Spanish and English) are especially encouraged to apply because of legal directives.

  • Election Workers must have their own transportation.

  • Election Workers must be able to lift approximately 25 pounds.

  • Election Workers must show up for work at 6:00 AM and work for

    approximately 14 hours on Election Day. Election Workers take breaks, but cannot leave the polling place.

  • Cell Phone use by Election Workers in the Polling Room IS PROHIBITED

    except for official election business or emergencies.

  • Election Workers must wear appropriate "business-casual" attire

    during training and while working the election.

  • Election Workers must be non-partisan in speech and dress during

    training and while working the election.

  • Election Workers are asked to refrain from overtly-partisan comments

    or not to identify themselves as Election Workers on social media. Election Workers must refrain from spreading inaccurate information about Elections on social media.

  • Election Workers will be required to complete on-boarding paperwork

    for Hernando County Payroll.

  • Election Workers must sign the Hernando County Drug-Free Compliance Document.



 



 

Election Worker Application

Please complete all fields of this application and click CONTINUE to apply for a position as

a Hernando County Election Worker in the next election (August 23, 2022). If you have any

trouble making an electronic request, you may download the application form and mail it to:

Election Worker Coordinator

Hernando County Supervisor of Elections

16264 Spring Hill Drive

Brooksville, FL 34604


OATH:

"By clicking on the CONTINUE button below, I certify that I am a registered

voter in Hernando County, and that the information that I have provided above

is accurate. I also certify that I am able to meet all of the Election Worker

requirements listed above."


 

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Shirley Anderson, Supervisor of Elections, Hernando County
OFFICE: 16264 Spring Hill Drive, Brooksville, FL 34604
PHONE: (352) 754-4125
FAX: (352) 754-4425
EMAIL: [email protected]
HOURS: Monday-Friday: 8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.

"It is the mission of the Supervisor of Elections office to ensure the integrity of the electoral process and empower each voter through continuous education."