Do Something Revolutionary – Become a City of Alexandria Election Officer!

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End Date: Mon, 11/05/2012 - 11:59pm
Volunteer to be a Precinct Officer Today!

You have the opportunity to be a part of history by serving as an election officer for the City of Alexandria during the November 6, 2012, Presidential Election. The Alexandria Electoral Board is looking for civic-minded individuals with basic computer user skills who are interested in the election process and are available to help on November 6. This will be an exciting election because Alexandria residents will vote in the Presidential Election along with the election for Mayor, City Council and School Board. Turnout will be near record.

Election Officer Requirements

  • Registered voter in the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Basic computer user skills
  • Willing to work from 4:45 a.m. until after the polls close at 7 p.m. (and results are tallied). It's a long day, but it will go fast!
  • Willing to adhere to the standards of Integrity, Neutrality, Transparency and Accuracy

 

Job Description

  • Set up voting equipment and prepare the polling place for voting
  • Verify voter registration and check-in voters using laptop computers
  • Demonstrate the voting process and provide assistance to voters\
  • Produce election results at the end of the day
  • Close the polling place and secure voting equipment and supplies
  • Election Officers receive $100 for their efforts but the value of their service is priceless

 

Take Action Today!

Click on the Take Action button below to volunteer as a Precinct Officer. You'll be sent to the City of Alexandria's "Become a Precinct Officer" webpage where you can register online. 

Do something civic - be a revolutionary!

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