Santa Fe County Clerk Elections Worker Interest Form
If you are interested in serving as a poll worker in Santa Fe County, please fill out this form.

Election workers are an integral part of our democratic system. Without election workers, we could not hold elections. The hours are long (a 14-hour day at least), the pay is modest, but the rewards are great!

To be an election worker, you must

- Be registered to vote in Santa Fe County;
- Be able to read and write;
- Be able to carry out a poll worker’s duties with acceptable skill and dispatch;
- Attend Election School;
- Take an Oath of Office;
- Not be a candidate, law officer, or close relative (spouse, parent, child, sibling, or in-law) of a candidate;
- Please fill out the form below or call the Election-Worker Coordinator (505-986-6280) if you have questions.

Note: County residents who are 16 or 17 years old, US citizens and meet all but the first condition above may serve as poll workers. However, they need to contact the Election-Worker Coordinator (505-986-6280) rather than fill out this form.
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What is your full name? *
What is your phone number? *
What is your email address? *
Are you registered to vote in Santa Fe County? *
What is your physical address? *
What is your mailing address? (Only fill out if it is different from your physical address.)
Are you a candidate, law officer, or close relative (spouse, parent, child, sibling, or in-law) of a candidate on the current ballot? *
What is your availability? *
What skills can you offer to help voters? *
Do you agree to maintain decorum during the election, not show any bias toward a party or candidate and ensure voters are safe and fairly treated during an election? *
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