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To apply to become an Election Worker please complete the application below and click CONTINUE to submit. If an open position is available, a member of our staff will contact you.

By filling out this form, you certify that the below answers are true, and that you have read and can fulfill the requirements to become an Election Worker in Marion County. Completing the application does not guarantee you a position as an Election Worker.

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Please note: After completing this application, you will become part of our pool of prospective election workers. Not all election workers work every election. The number of election workers for each election is determined by the size of the election and the expected turnout. Election workers are chosen to work a specific election by their availability, willingness to travel, and the number of workers needed. 

E-Verify Requirements for New Election Workers (appointed after January 1, 2021) 

If you are a brand new election worker and are appointed to work, you must complete employment eligibility verification Form I-9 and E-Verify. (F.S. 448.095)

E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares information entered by an employer from an employee’s Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to records available to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to confirm employment eligibility.

To complete this process, please bring your U.S. Passport or Florida Driver's License and Social Security card with you to your first training class. Alternatively, you may choose from the Lists of Acceptable Documents. All documents must be unexpired.

To expedite the process, you may print and complete the Form I-9 in advance and bring the required documents with you to training class or scan and email them to Finance@VoteMarion.Gov.

For additional information about E-Verify, please visit

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