Jasper County


Precinct Election Officials Information

The Jasper County Auditor’s Office is looking for interested individuals to work at polling places on Election Day! Would you like to be added to the list of persons interested in serving as a precinct election official to work at the polls on election day? Are you friendly, dependable, civic-minded, and detail-oriented? Apply to be a precinct election worker! No experience is necessary, and training is provided.

More information along with an interest form can be found below.

What does a Precinct Election Official do?

Requirements and Qualifications of Precinct Election Officials

Training & Hours

In-Person training is required prior to ALL elections. Dates and times for training will be given when you receive notification about working an election.

On election day your day will start at your assigned polling location at 6:00 am and end between 9:00 pm to 10:00 pm. The polls open at 7:00 am and close at 8:00 pm statewide. Workers must remain at the polling location all day with necessary scheduled breaks included.


How will I be notified about working an election?

You will receive notification by email or mail before each election. 

You may be called to work in any election that may be held within Jasper County. You will most likely be called to work in your own precinct, but you may be asked to work at a different precinct as needed. Polling locations require party balance which may occasionally result in you being assigned to a different polling location than where you vote. Three to eight officials will be assigned per polling location depending on the number of expected voters at that polling place for a particular election. You may not be called to work in every election.

If you are unavailable to work in an election, you may decline to work in that election. If our records indicate you have declined to work in multiple consecutive elections you may be removed from our list.

When are Elections Held?

If you are interested in being a poll worker in Jasper County and have additional questions, please call the Auditor's Office at (641) 792-7016

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This webpage was printed on April 16, 2024. For the most current election-related information, visit the Jasper County, Iowa, Elections website at jaspercountyelections.iowa.gov.
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