Election Inspectors

According to the Wisconsin Election Commission website, “The Wisconsin Elections Commission encourages all private citizens to vote and to become involved in the election process.  One of the most rewarding ways to do this is to become an Election Day poll worker, also known as an election inspector).  The Chief Election Inspector is in charge of the polling place, and has additional training requirements.

Citizen involvement is essential to conduct open, accurate and fair elections in Wisconsin. We hope that you will consider participation in one of these positions.”

Election inspectors help check voters in at the polling place and register them to vote, as well as issuing them ballots.  Election inspectors receive training from the municipal clerk or online from the Wisconsin Elections Commission.  They must be residents of the county where they will be working.

To learn more about the duties of Election Inspectors, visit the WEC website  , or contact Debbie or Carrie at 920-448-2800.

To apply to become an Election Inspector in the Village of Allouez, complete the Election Inspector Application.