State-By-State Compendium: Election Worker Laws & Statutes   [open pdf - 1MB]

Alternate Title: Compendium of State Poll Worker Requirements, Fourth Edition

From the Background: "The United States Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is an independent, bipartisan agency created by the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002 to assist State and local election administrators with the administration of Federal elections. The EAC conducts studies and other activities to promote the effective administration of Federal elections; and serves as a national clearinghouse and resource of information regarding election administration. In 2005, the EAC created a Compendium of State Poll Worker Requirements, along with its election guidebooks. The Compendium is a framework for understanding the legal requirements for serving as a poll worker in the many States. [...] For this Fourth Edition, the EAC worked with each state and territory to update the summaries with the most accurate statutes and regulations that govern poll worker requirements. The compendium is a compilation of State laws, regulations, and information provided by each State and territory, however, the EAC is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the data. State laws change, and any user of this document should verify the current state of the laws."

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