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Stanly County, NC

it@stanlycountync.gov

1000 N 1st St, Ste 19, Albemarle, NC, 28001, US

704-986-3600

Early Voting Application 2023-2025

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Are you an elected official or a candidate for the primary or general election?

Becasue you answered YES, you are not permitted to work at an early voting site. Please contact our office for more information at 704-986-3647.

Do you currently hold an office in a state, congressional district, county or precinct political party or political organization?

Becasue you answered YES, you are not permitted to work at an early voting site. Please contact our office for more information at 704-986-3647.

Are you the manager or treasurer for any candidate or political party?

Becasue you answered YES, you are not permitted to work at an early voting site. Please contact our office for more information at 704-986-3647.

Do you have any family members who are also working at a One-Stop site in Stanly County?

Are you related to any of the candidates running for office? (spouse, parent, child, or sibling)

Because you answered YES, you are not permitted to work at an early voting site. Please contact our office for more information at 704-986-3647.

One-Stop Early voting workers are considered temporary employees of the County and the Board of Elections office. Employees must abide by the political activity policy of the County. Additionally, North Carolina law prohibits Board of Elections' employees from publicly supporting or opposing any candidate or ballot issue. This includes making social media posts, campaign signs on personal property, bumper stickers, etc. Do you understand the political activity restrictions listed above?

Because you answered NO, you are not permitted to work at an early voting site. Please contact our office for more information at 704-986-3647.

EARLY VOTING SITE POSITIONS: The number of early voting sites is determined by the Board before every primary and election. Each site will have 2 shifts of officials (AM & PM). The number of officials at each site will vary depending on size and turnout. Positions are filled so that there is a party balance on each shift. Please read the brief descriptions below before choosing the positions you would be willing to work.

  • Chief Judges

Manages the site and its workers. Ensures the site is secured, has adequate supplies, may transport items if needed, and oversees the site set-up. 

  • Ballot

​Verifies completed voting applications, issues correct ballot to voters, maintains custody of unvoted ballots, and assists the Chief Judge with verifying supplies, and official documents. 

  • Exit

​Assist voters with casting their ballot into the tabulator, hand out I voted stickers, and sanitize voting booths througout the day. Exit officials will also assit the Chief Judge with verifying supplies, security of the ballot box, and official documents.

  • Information/Line Control

​Responsible for maintaining line control and order for voter check-in. Greets voters, answers questions, and issues sample ballots upon request. Primarily used only during high turnout elections and at high volume sites.

  • Voter Check-in

Technical knowledge to setup a laptop and printer.  Able to  change ink cartridges, complete data transfers, and print reports. Greets the voter and issues the voting applications after verifying their informaiton. 

  • Help

​Assists provisional voters, curbside voters, and voters that need an accessible ballot. Requires a significant amount of walking to retreive curbside voting forms, informaiton, and ballots. Technical knowledge to setup a laptop and printer to print curbside voting forms if needed. Able to lift up to 30 punds to set up accessible ballot marking device. 

  • Emergency Worker

Work when an emergency situation causes an official to be unable to fulfill his/her duties. These officials are on-call during the entire early voting period. Emergency workers are trained on at least 2 positions. 

I am applying for the position(s) of (check all that apply):

All Early voting workers will be required to

  • attend a 2-3 hour training session in person (in addition to any election day training)
  • have their own transportation to and from the voting site
  • work their assigned shift the entire early voting period (days off are permitted for emergencies only)
  • lift up to 30 pounds
  • some positions require walking & standing
  • must be available Monday-Saturday
  • assist with setting up the voting site the day before voting starts

Are you able to fulfill the requirements listed above?

Select the items you are comfortable using:

Which Early Voting Site location would you be willing to work at (check all that apply):

Would you be interested in assisting with post election ballot counts if necessary? (audits, write-in tallying, and recounts)

NOTICE TO APPLICANT - PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU SIGN BELOW:


I understand that, persons appointed to these positions must be registered voters and residents of the county, of good repute, and able to read and write. The Board of Elections may remove you for misbehavior or neglect of duty. Compensation is provided upon completion of Officials duties.

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