|If any questions or concerns please call: (559) 600-VOTE or (559) 600-8683|
BECOME A PRECINCT OFFICER
Precinct Officers are the heart and soul of an election. They help us conduct county-wide elections throughout Fresno County. Without our 2,200 dedicated Precinct Officers, we would not be able to hold successful elections for our citizens.
- 18 years old and a registered voter in the State of California or a Lawful Permanent Resident living in California (AB817)
- Read, write and speak fluent English
- Attend a 2 ½ hour mandatory training for each election
- Have transportation to and from the polling location on Election Day
- Able to work all day on Election Day from 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
- Have a telephone
- Must be able to lift 10-25 lbs.
- Set up, prepare, open and close the polling place location
- Locate voter names on a precinct roster
- Issue and receive official ballots to/from voters
- Assist voters in all phases of the voting process as necessary
- Perform all required duties as assigned by the Precinct Inspector or the Registrar of Voters
- BILINGUAL SPEAKERS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
- Fresno County has a significant need for Precinct Officers who are bilingual and speak fluently in one of the following languages: Spanish, Punjabi, Chinese, Khmer, Korean, Tagalog, Hmong, and Vietnamese.
TO APPLY TO BECOME A PRECINCT OFFICER, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
To see a list of common questions and answers about being a Precinct Officer, click here to see our Precinct Officer FAQs
Email any additional questions you may have to PrecinctOfficers@co.fresno.ca.us.
You can also call us at (559) 600-1620 anytime Monday - Friday, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
IF YOU WISH TO APPLY TO BECOME A STUDENT PRECINCT OFFICER, PLEASE CLICK HERE.