You must be available to work on Election Day, June 10th from 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. or until all of the closing procedures have been completed.
Additionally, you must be available to attend one training class.
For a complete review of Texas’ election worker requirements, click here.
Pay varies depending upon the position you are.
If you are a Presiding Election Judge, then you are paid $17.00 per hour when the polls are open. Also, you are paid $25.00 for bringing the returns to a designated Regional Sending site
If you are an Alternate Election Judge, then you are paid $16.00 per hour when the polls are open.
Finally, if you are an Election Clerk, then you are paid $15.00 per hour when the polls are open.
There are three election worker positions available:
Presiding Election Judge
Alternate Election Judge
The following information provides the pay scale, requirements, and duties for each of these positions. Click on the tab of the position you are interested in to read about it. Choose the one that appeals to you and apply today (PDF). Training classes for Election Officials are held prior to each election. Information regarding training classes will be sent via U.S. Postal Service.