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Election Workers Needed for Fresno County Elections

Post Date:11/05/2019 10:05 AM


Fresno County Clerk/Registrar of Voters, Brandi Orth, is seeking Fresno County residents interested in actively participating in County elections as Election Workers and Election Outreach Coordinators. These part-time paid positions will help to support elections activities throughout the County during peak election season.

“Our Election Workers are the core essence of any election,” says Clerk Orth. “These dedicated individuals are involved in every aspect of our elections and are crucial to delivering a successful and efficient voting process. It is our collective goal here at the Elections Department, to ensure that Fresno County voters have an all-around positive voting experience.”

The Elections Office is currently recruiting for the following two positions:

Elections Outreach Coordinator (Extra Help)

An Elections Outreach Coordinator plans, organizes and coordinates a specific election activity during an election period. These individuals will troubleshoot vote center equipment; assist with the preparation of supplies for set-up and storage at a vote center; operate modern office equipment used in voter registration and election activities; and perform related work as required. Complete job description and application information is available HERE.

Elections Worker (Extra Help)

Elections Workers provide support to elections activities during peak election periods. These individuals will assist the public with inquiries related to voter ballots and the voting process; perform data entry of voting information; process and/or resolve electronic record issues; operate extraction machines to open and extract ballots for processing; and perform other duties as required. Complete job description and application information is available HERE.

The Elections Office recently produced a recruitment video to encourage participation. The video may be found at

More information may be found online at, by emailing or calling (559) 600-1620.


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