To be an Election Inspector (also known as a poll worker), a person must:
Be a qualified elector in Milwaukee County (i.e. an adult U.S. citizen who has resided in Milwaukee County for 10 consecutive days and is not otherwise disqualified from voting)
Be able to fluently speak, read and write the English language
Have strong clerical, problem-solving, and communication skills
Possess good handwriting, vision, hearing, attention to detail, and the ability to follow directions
NOT be a candidate for any office on the ballot for the election taking place
Election Inspectors help ensure an open, accurate, and fair election. Some of the duties include issuing ballots, registering voters, monitoring the voting equipment, and completing required paperwork. Training is provided.
If you are interested in serving the Village of Shorewood in this capacity, please complete an Election Inspector Interest Form (PDF) and submit it to the Village Clerk by mail, dropped off in the Customer Service area of Village Hall, or placed in the white mailbox in the Village Hall parking lot.