ACLU of Georgia

Poll Worker Requirements

In the midst of a global pandemic, Georgia faces a massive shortage of poll workers, especially in our most populous counties and city centers. Our state needs more Georgians to serve as poll workers especially those who are the following:

• Younger Georgians who are at lower risk of COVID-19 complications,
• Lawyers committed to understanding the ins and outs of election law and administration, or
• Tech-savvy to help keep the electronic voter machines up and running. 

Poll Worker Requirements
• U.S. Citizen
• At least 16 years of age
• Residents of or employed by the county in which they would be a poll worker
• Able to read, write, and speak the English language

Once you submit this interest form, the ACLU of Georgia will be in touch to help you sign up, train, and get scheduled with your county of residence to work the polls in Georgia. If you have any questions, please contact us at!

Learn more about being a poll worker in the State of Georgia Poll Worker Manual.

Click here to contact your county elections office. 

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