by Santa Fe County
Citizens registered to vote in Santa Fe County can sign up to be an election worker at one of the 30 Voting Convenient Centers (VCCs) throughout the county.
Updated voter registration information is important for the Election Worker Coordinator with the County Clerk’s office to contact interested voters who want to work in the upcoming 2020 Primary and General Elections. To update your voter information or to submit a new voter registration application, call the Santa Fe County Clerk’s office at 986-6280 or go online to: https://portal.sos.state.nm.us/OVR/WebPages/InstructionsStep1.aspx.
Election workers MUST attend a mandatory 2-3 hours training class before they can be allowed to work an election. They must be at the polling place assigned to them on Election Day from 6:00 a.m. until all tasks are completed, usually around 8:00 p.m.or 9:00 p.m. All election workers are required to take an Oath of Office to uphold the state and federal constitutions. Presiding Judges are paid $200 per day and must have prior election experience. Election Judges and Clerks are paid $150 per day for their service.
Election workers play a vital part in our democracy. We couldn’t conduct elections without the help of our dedicated election workers. Please consider working with us to ensure we have fair, free and secure elections in Santa Fe County.
The Primary Election is June 2, 2020and the General Election is November 3, 2020 and we need your assistance. Please sign up by calling our Election Worker Coordinator in the Santa Fe County Clerk Office at 986-6283.