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In-Person Absentee Voting (Early Voting)

Employment Application


Applicant Information

First Name Middle Last Name
Address Apt. #
City Zip State      
Phone Number E-Mail Address

Are you a US citizen? (check one)Yes No Other languages spoken:

Availability

In-Person Absentee Voting will be from October 20, 2020—November 1, 2020. The shifts will vary and will be between the hours of 7am to 7pm during the week and 10am to 4pm on the weekends. Please list all your open availability. Please note some staff members will be required to come in early or stay later to open and close the voting site as needed.

Shifts Available (check all you are able to work):

Mornings 7am-12pm
Afternoons 12pm-4pm
Evenings 4pm-7pm
Weekends 10am-4pm
Any and all available


Voting Site Locations

  • Bay View Library
  • Cannon Park Pavilion
  • Clinton Rose Senior Center
  • East Library
  • Fiserv Forum
  • Good Hope Library
  • Miller Park
  • Midtown Center
  • Mitchell Street Library
  • Tippecanoe Library
  • UWM
  • Villard Square Library
  • Washington Park Library
  • Zablocki Library
  • Zeidler Municipal Building
Please list your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choice for choice of work location.
1st choice:   
2nd choice:  
3rd choice:

Work Experience

Please list any experience you have with the following:

Elections (pollworker, registration, WisVote, etc):
Computer Skills:
Please list any other applicable skills and experience:

Positions Available

A team of staff members working together is essential to running a successful early voting site. Positions available include supervisors, greeters, crowd control, computer staff to check in voters, issuing ballots and providing instructions, collecting ballots and signing as a witness. All positions require great customer service, flexibility, good communication with voters and fellow co-workers, willingness to learn, and ability to learn election law.
You will be assigned  to a position based on your skill set and voting site needs.

Applicant Signature

Signature  Date

I  certify that all my answers are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand and agree that if hired, my employment is temporary and is not for a definite period of time. My temporary employment is contingent on staffing needs in relation to elections.

City of Milwaukee 

Claire Woodall-Vogg, Executive Director


 414-286-3491


  414-286-8445


Commissioners


 voterinfo@milwaukee.gov


 City Hall, 200 E. Wells Street, Room 501, Milwaukee, WI 53202 

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