Traverse City News and Events

City Seeking Election Inspectors

By Beth Milligan | June 11, 2018

The City of Traverse City is seeking "motivated and professional workers" to serve as election inspectors on two upcoming election days this year.

Election inspectors will work at the city's nine polling stations on August 7 and November 6. The time commitment for the position includes working from approximately 5am until 10pm on both dates and completing at least two prior training dates. "While this makes for a long day, our inspectors get to experience firsthand the entire process of opening the polls, processing voters, and closing the polls at the end of the night," according to a city press release.

Election inspectors must be registered voters in the state of Michigan. All workers are paid for their time, including all trainings. Workers are also needed to serve on absent voter counting boards, which also work on election days to process absentee ballots.

To apply to be an election inspector, click here or call the City Clerk’s Office at 231-922-4480 with any questions.

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