What are Election Inspectors?
Election Inspectors are the people you see when you go to your precinct to vote. They issue ballots, check voter eligibility, respond to questions or assist voters as appropriate, maintain records and conduct many other very detailed tasks both during the voting process and after the polls close. For each election cycle, Election Inspectors are required to attend a detailed training workshop conducted by the Clerk. Election Inspectors are paid an hourly rate on Election Day and are also compensated for their attendance at required training sessions.

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1. Will I ever have to re-register?
2. What is my voting precinct?
3. Can I submit an application by e-mail or allow someone else to sign my name?
4. Can I deliver my spouse's application and receive his/her ballot?
5. Who administers The City of The Village of Clarkston elections?
6. What are Election Inspectors?
7. Who can serve as an Election Inspector?