Apply to Become a Poll Worker

Learn about the requirements to become a poll worker, types of positions available, and how to apply.

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City of St. Louis residents may apply to become a poll worker as an Election Judge, Technical Specialist, High School Student, or Poll Manager. Learn more about the requirements, pay and how to apply for each position.  

Poll Worker Opportunities

Apply to Become an Election Judge Poll Worker
City of St. Louis residents may apply to become an Election Judge to check in and assist voters on election day.

Apply to Become a Technical Specialist Poll Worker
City of St. Louis Residents may apply to become a non-partisan Technical Specialist to set up and maintain all of the technical aspects of the polling place machines and e-poll books under the direction and rules specified by law, the BOE and poll managers.

Apply to Become a High School Student Poll Worker
High School Students in the City of St. Louis may become poll workers on Election Day as Greeters (between 15 to 17 years old), or as Technical Specialist or Election Judge (only if 18 years old and a registered voter) with the permission of a parent or legal guardian.

Poll Manager

Manage and oversee the functions and processes of the polling place as specified by law and BOE rules. Must have prior experience as an Election Judge and be referred by a Judge's Department supervisor.  *Pay per Election = $150 (including mandatory training pay).


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