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Have you ever wondered how you could become more active in government?
Every time a city, township, village, school district or county has an election, those units of government require paid precinct inspectors.
City and township clerks are always looking for qualified people to work at the polls on election day.
If you are registered to vote and you are interested in becoming an election day poll worker, you may work in any city or township in the county where you reside.
Michigan state law requires all precinct inspectors to be trained every two years so training will be supplied by the Berrien County Clerk.
Contact the city or township clerk where you would like to work so that you can complete an employment application.
Be involved, help make democracy work!
Click here to view Election Inspector training videos offered by the Michigan Secretary of State.