As well as voting and registering others, being a poll worker (or poll watcher) is one of the best ways to help democracy and ensure fair elections in your state.
What’s the difference between a Poll Worker and a Poll Watcher?
A Poll Worker is nonpartisan and paid. (Clerks, Judges, Inspectors, Checker, Precinct Worker)
A Poll Watcher is partisan and volunteer. (Observers, Monitors, Challengers)
Interested in becoming a poll worker? This clickable document gives information and sign-up links for all 50 states.