How do I apply to be a poll worker in San Francisco?

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How do I apply to be a pollworker in San Francisco
Source: CBS Bay Area

How do I apply to be a poll worker in San Francisco?

Before you can serve as a poll worker in San Francisco, you will need to visit the Poll Worker Recruitment Office to take an assessment exam and undergo a brief interview; the whole process should take less than an hour. Visit to the lower level of City Hall, room 43B, across the Department of Elections main office in room 48.

July to Sep 12, Thursdays 11 am to 3 pm

Sep 12 – Nov 1, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8: 30 am to 4 pm

Weekend hours: Saturday, Oct 22 and Sunday Oct, 23, 11 am to 3 pm

Make sure to fill out this application and the city will contact you to schedule an assessment and an interview.

Qualifications: You need to be a United States citizen registered to vote in the State of California or a legal resident (Inspectors must be United States citizens); Able to write, read, and speak English fluently; Be over the age of 18 by Election Day.*

If you have any questions, call the Department of Elections at (415) 551-9507.