Becoming an Election Worker

If you are a registered Grafton voter and you are interested in becoming a paid Election Day poll worker, please fill out an Election Worker Application, and drop it off at the Town Clerk's office or fax, scan and email to clerks@grafton-ma.gov or mail to:

Kandy L. Lavallee, Interim Town Clerk, 30 Providence Road, Grafton, MA 01519.  

We're always looking for interested, competent individuals to work at the polls on Election day. Even if you can't work every election, we like to have a list of workers to call for substitutions or additions. Training is provided before each election and there are plenty of mentors available during the work day. Part-day and full-day slots are available.

Election Worker Training

Election worker training will be held for all workers before all Elections. The focus of the training is usually on areas specific to a primary election, election laws, what to do in an emergency, and voter/election worker interaction among other things.

Restrictions as a Election Worker

Election workers cannot vote absentee due to the fact that they are working in Grafton on Election Day. Part-time workers may vote while they are off duty. Full-time workers should make arrangements to vote during lunch break or during a slow time of day as approved by the Warden.

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