Did you know?

It takes more than 300 people to operate Gaston County polling places each election. These people are your friends, coworkers and neighbors who give 2 to 3 days of paid service to ensure you have a place to vote on Election Day. We need your help, too! More precinct officials are needed in your neighborhood. Do your part to provide voting opportunities in your community.

Benefits of Being a Precinct Official

  • Make friends
  • Meet people in your neighborhood
  • Have fun
  • Learn about elections
  • Make extra cash
  • Looks great on resumes
  • Fulfill your civic duty

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1. Did you know?
2. What do precinct officials do?
3. Will I receive training?
4. What are the qualifications to become a precinct official?
5. What are the requirements of precinct officials?
6. What are some frequently used knowledge, skills and abilities of precinct officials?
7. How do I become a precinct worker?
8. What is a student election assistant?