Election Workers


The City of Westbrook is always looking for registered voters to help each election cycle. If you are interested in learning more about the ways you can help, please review the information provided below:

What does an Election Worker do?

Election workers provide staffing for the City of Westbrook throughout the election cycle. The includes prior to election day, and election day itself. There are a variety of job duties, all of which are crucial to running a smooth election process. Some of those duties include: greeters, deputy registrars, and election clerks.  Election workers may also assist with absentee processing prior to election day and/or provide assistance during absentee voting at City Hall. 

Is this a paid position?

Yes, all of our election workers are eligible to be paid for the work they conduct for the City of Westbrook. Standard forms, including the I-9, W-4 (state), W-4 (federal), and background check consent form, will need to be filled out prior to starting. 

What experience is needed?

None! The City Clerk's office will equip you with all the tools you will need to be successful in this role.  We require all election workers to attend a training before EACH election to ensure all of our staff is receiving the most up-to-date information. 

What if I have more questions? 

Please contact the City Clerk's office at 207-591-8116 or clerk@westbrook.me.us 

2023/2024 Elections 

2023 Election Day Dates: 

June 13, 2023 & November 07, 2023

2024 Election Day Dates:

March 05, 2024, June 04,2024, & November 05, 2024

Polling Location:

426 Bridge Street (the Westbrook Community Center) 

Election Worker 2024 Availability Survey: 

If you would like to be considered for a position during our March 2024 Primary Election please fill out this survey for the Clerk's Office to review. Please note, this does not confirm your spot. This helps the Clerk's office to fill staffing prior to each election. Formal communication from the clerk's office confirming your dates/times of work will be sent out prior to the start of each election cycle.