Interested in working at the polls?
Here to Download a Brochure
polling place is staffed with a Chief Judge, two Judges, and appointed
Assistants. The Judges are recommended by the political party and
appointed by the Board of Elections. Even though the parties recommend
Precinct Election Officials, they must serve all voters. In order
to be eligible a person must be a registered voter and meet all
the requirements of NCGS 163-41.
you would like to serve as a precinct election official, meet all
the legal requirements, and the Board of Elections appoints you
to serve as a precinct election official, you must swear (or affirm)
to uphold the duty of that office. You must also attend mandatory
training sessions prior to each election. For more information,
contact your party chairman or the Board of Elections office.
Here to Download a Precinct Election Official Application
Duplin County Board of Elections is seeking outstanding students
to work at the polls on Election Day as part of the North Carolina
Student Election Assistant Program (GS 163-42.1).
be at least 17 years old on the date of the Election
be a United States citizen
be a resident of Duplin County
be enrolled in a secondary education institution
have a good academic record
have written permission from a parent or guardian
have a recommendation of your school principal
Here to Download a Student Election Assistant Application
All applications should be delivered or mailed to:
Duplin County Board of Elections
160 Mallard Street
P.O. Box 975
Kenansville , N.C. 28349