Election Worker Information

Thank you for your interest in becoming an election worker. Some requirements and expectations that must be met are listed below.

First of all, an election worker must be a registered voter in Bradford County. Also, an election worker must be available for extensive training. Today’s tabulation systems have become more sophisticated, so a technical background is a plus. In the days prior to a given election, our election workers are required to attend training classes, usually several hours long, before allowed to work. These classes, normally held during weekdays, involve training on proper Election Day administration and operation of the Optical Scan Tabulation equipment. 

Of course, an election worker must be available to work long hours on Election Days. The day begins at 6 AM and wraps up around 7:30 PM. This is a paid position. You must also be friendly and comfortable working with the voting public.

In summary, a Bradford County Election Worker must be dedicated! If this sounds like the type of opportunity you would want to pursue, please click here to fill out the Election worker application.

The role of an election worker is the cornerstone of out democratic process, and your interest is appreciated. We look forward to hearing from you.