Poll Workers Needed

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Your Help is Needed

Yavapai county poll workers needed.

Be a part of Democracy in Action!

Poll Workers are the unsung heros of the election process and Yavapai county needs more of them.

Sadly the majority of citizens that step up to serve are Republicans. We want to change that.

Yavapai County Election Board anticipates a high volume of voters in the upcoming PP Election.  Online training has begun but there is still time to serve in this election.
 
 We’re asking you to call today and sign up to serve as a poll worker.

You can signup online at:
https://secapps.yavapai.us/PollWorkerApplication/

or Call: Laura Bluel – (928) 442-5190
Email:Laura.Bluel@yavapai.us

About the upcoming election season

  • Presidential Preference – March 17, 2020 (Online training begins in February. In person training is projected for the week of March 2nd.)
  • Primary – August 4, 2020 (Online training begins in July. In person training is projected for the week of July 20)
  • General – November 3, 2020 (Online training begins in October. In person training is projected for the week of October 19th.)

List of All Polling Centers in Yavapai County

  • VC 01 – Yavapai County Administration Building, Prescott
  • VC 02 – Trinity Presbyterian Church, Prescott
  • VC 03 – Central Yavapai Fire Station #57, Prescott
  • VC 04 – Yavapai College, Community Room, Prescott
  • VC 05 – Prescott Community Center, Prescott
  • VC 06 – Grace Baptist Church, Chino Valley
  • VC 07 – First Southern Baptist Church, Chino Valley
  • VC 08 – Prescott Elks Lodge #330, Prescott Valley
  • VC 09 – Humboldt USD – Bradshaw East Campus, Prescott Valley
  • VC 10 – Gateway Baptist Church, Dewey-Humboldt
  • VC 11 – Sedona Elks Lodge #2291, Sedona
  • VC 12 – VOCA Community Center, Sedona
  • VC 13 – Clark Memorial Clubhouse, Clarkdale
  • VC 14 – Yavapai County Cottonwood Annex, Cottonwood
  • VC 15 – Cottonwood Bible Church, Cottonwood
  • VC 16 – Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Cottonwood
  • VC 17 – Camp Verde Library, Camp Verde
  • VC 18 – Ash Fork Public Library, Ash Fork
  • VC 19 – Bagdad Event Center, Bagdad
  • VC 20 – Beaver Creek Adult Center, Lake Montezuma
  • VC 21 – Pioneer Masonic Lodge #82, Black Canyon City
  • VC 22 – Grace Bible Chapel, Congress
  • VC 23 – Generations Church, Cordes Lakes
  • VC 24 – Seligman Library, Seligman
  • VC 25 – Yarnell Presbyterian Church, Yarnell

Yavapai County statistically conducts one of the cleanest and taper free elections in Arizona using a paper ballot system.  Each polling center has experienced, trained workers. 
Poll workers are paid. 

Be a part of Democracy in Action!

Did you know a student who would be interested in serving as a poll worker? Download the application here: 
https://mcusercontent.com/76a98566cfa3954ad55ce86de/files/7b7efd7f-a855-48e3-8744-ddf970f50c33/Student_Poll_Worker_Application.pdf


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