Voter Registration Deadlines
Registration Deadline - in person: 10/11/22
Registration Deadline - by mail: 10/11/22
Mail Registration Deadline Type: Postmarked
Registration Deadline - online: 10/11/22
Ballot Request Deadlines
Ballot Request Deadline - Mail: 11/1/22
Ballot Request Deadline - Online, Fax, Email:
Ballot Return Deadlines
Ballot Return Deadline - Mail: 11/8/22
Ballot Return By Mail Deadline Type: Received
Ballot Return Deadline - Online, Fax, Email:
General Election Information
*Election materials must be received by close of business local time.
Poll Volunteer Information
Poll Worker Info
Poll Watcher Info
Become a Precinct Election Officer
County clerks are always in need of responsible, registered voters to serve as a precinct election officer.
Click Here to apply online to be a pollworker.
- You must be a qualified, registered voter. If you will be 18 years old on or before the General election, you can serve as a precinct election officer.
- You cannot serve if you are a candidate during the election year.
- You cannot serve if are the spouse, parent, brother, sister, or child of a candidate who is to be voted for in that precinct. You may serve in other precincts in which your spouse or relative is not on the ballot.
- You cannot change your party affiliation for one (1) year prior to your appointment as a precinct election officer. However, if you are not registered to vote, you may register to vote prior to volunteering to serve as a precinct election officer.
You must be a responsible person who wants to serve the community in a very important role. Below is a list of duties one must perform while serving as a precinct election officer:
- Attend the required training sessions before the election;
- Your election day will begin at 5:30 a.m. (or earlier as required by your county board of elections) when you report to your polling place;
- Arrange your polling place with all the necessary election materials and voting equipment in a way to ensure privacy for each voter and security in the voting process;
- The precinct must open by 6:00 a.m.;
- Process voters and provide any assistance;
- Administer all election laws;
- Treat every voter with respect and courtesy;
- Close the polling place after the last voter in line at 6:00 p.m. has voted;
- Complete all necessary paper work; and
- Return all election materials to the County Clerk’s office that evening.
The State Board of Elections 2020 General Precinct Election Officers’ Guide with Appendix.pdf contains a detailed explanation of a Precinct Election Officer’s duties on election day.
No more than two people appointed by each party per precinct to be submitted to the county clerk in advance of the election; must be a registered voter in the county.