**** If your job falls under the Hatch Act, you are not able to be a poll watcher or poll worker
- candidates or political parties are allowed to designate a certain number of poll watchers at an election site.
- Poll watchers must go through training and become certified by the county. Each county a poll watcher certification process. You can only be a designated poll watcher in the county you are registered to vote in
- A poll watcher may not interact with voters. They can notify the Judge of elections if they perceive a problem
- For more information about becoming a poll watcher, contact the Democrat or Republican Party in your county.
- Poll workers work at the polls on the day of election day. They check in voters and get them their ballots.
- Poll workers can only work at a polling location in the county they are registered to vote
- You can apply to be a poll worker on the PA Department of State website.