SERVE AS AN ELECTION OFFICER

SERVE AS AN ELECTION OFFICER

On Election Day, Fairfax County needs Election Officers at each poll representing the Democratic Party. This is different from our poll workers who volunteer outside the polls. Our Election Officers are public officials working on the front lines at the polls, performing the operations of the polling places and making sure that every eligible voter is able to have their vote cast and counted. Any registered voter in Virginia can serve as an Election Officer for Fairfax County. If you would like to serve, please fill out your information on the form linked below and we will be in contact with you.

Click here to sign up to serve as an Election Officer

After you sign up with us, you will also need to:

  • Take the Oath of Office (which can be administered at the Office of Elections, FCDC Headquarters or any Notary Public)
  • Bring an I-9 Form to the Election Office, with the appropriate IDs, for employment verification
  • Sign up for a training class with the Election Office (final training dates: October 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 16)

Training Class Information:

  1. Class will last about 2 ½ hours
  2. All classes will begin on time. Please arrive 15 – 20 minutes prior to the start of class

To Register: Registration is Required

  1. Provide your name and phone number
  2. Indicate your 1st and 2nd class choice (you will only be contacted if your 1st choice is not available)
  3. Email to ElectionOfficers@fairfaxcounty.gov or call (703) 324-4751 (email is preferred)

* For any questions regarding training, please call (703) 324-4735 (this number is for questions only)

Location: Training Classes will be held at
Fairfax County Government Center — Room 315
12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax 22035
* Signs will be posted in the lobby directing you to Room 315