Contact Information


Teton County Courthouse
150 Courthouse Drive - Room 208
Driggs, ID   83422

150 Courthouse Drive - Room 208
Driggs, ID   83422

208-354-8780 (phone)
208-354-8410 (fax)

Monday - Friday: 9 - 5


Work at the Polls

Thank you for your interest in becoming a poll worker in Teton County. We want to make sure we provide you with all of the information you need to decide if becoming a poll worker is the right fit for you. On this page, you will find details on the expectations for poll workers, requirements of the job, and an application.

What to Know Before Working at the Polls

Simply put, we depend on our poll workers. They play a key role in Election Day tasks and make it possible for us to make the voting process a positive experience for our community. Poll workers may issue ballots, verify names and addresses, register voters, distribute “I Voted” stickers and assist voters. Poll workers earn $9.50 per hour for attending training and on Election Day.

Learn more about a day as a poll worker might look like

  • Poll workers are required to wear a mask and face shield for the duration of working at the polling place, no exceptions. 2 mask and a face shield will be provided.
  • Election Day is a 14-hour+ day depending on the election. All poll workers must arrive at their assigned voting precinct typically by 7 a.m. and remain at the polling place around 9 p.m.
  • Poll workers are NOT allowed to leave their polling place for any reason on Election Day. Bring everything you need for the day with you when you arrive.
  • Poll workers are responsible for bringing their own meals. Make sure you bring enough food to last you the entire day. Poll workers will receive a $14 per diem.
  • Elections are very important and even a small error can have significant consequences in the election process. We ask all poll workers to pay special attention to detail in their work.
  • Poll workers must remain politically neutral while working at the polling place.
  • Poll workers must provide their own transportation to their assigned polling place.
  • Poll workers are expected to help prepare the voting area by setting up tables and chairs and the clean up after the polls are closed.
  • Polling places can be busy. At times, there may even be lines to vote. This can sometimes cause stressful situations for our poll workers who have to deal with impatient voters.
  • Finally, we encourage each of our poll workers to request an absentee ballot to vote. You will NOT be allowed to leave your polling place to vote at another location on Election Day.

Requirements to Work at the Polls

Work at the polls

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