How do people vote on Election Day?

Voters check-in and show identification to a Poll worker who logs them into an e-pollbook. We no longer use paper rosters. The voter is printed a blank ballot card and directed to a touch screen voting machine. The card is inserted, the voter makes their selections (and corrections if necessary) and the card is printed out for the voter to insert into the onsite tabulation equipment. Pre-printed ballots are not available at the Vote Center. All votes must be cast on the machines.

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1. How many hours will I work?
2. What are the benefits of serving as a poll worker?
3. What will I do as a poll worker?
4. Where will I serve as a county poll worker?
5. How can I cast my ballot?
6. What are the requirements for becoming a poll worker?
7. Is there an age restriction to become a poll worker?
8. What should I wear on Election Day?
9. Will I receive a break while working?
10. May I use my cell phone on Election Day?
11. When will I be paid for working on Election Day?
12. Why do you need to know my political party?
13. I have been an election worker before, do I need to fill out a new questionnaire?
14. What’s a vote center?
15. How do people vote on Election Day?