Election Worker Application
Election Officials are an integral part of our democratic system. Dynamic and skilled Election Officials work to ensure our electoral process and democracy are preserved. Learn how to serve your community as an Election Official!
To be an election worker, you must:
- Be registered to vote in Doña Ana County
- Attend training
- Take an oath of office
- Not be a candidate, law officer, or close relative (spouse, parent, child, sibling, or in-law) of a candidate
- Have basic computer skills, a mobile phone and email address
*Election Officials are a temporary, paid position
What do Election Officials do? (Click on link for job duties)
County residents who are 16 or 17 years old and US citizens may serve as Election Officials. You may serve without being a registered voter. You will need to fill out the Minor Poll Worker Application You may contact The County Clerk's office at (575) 647-7428 if you have any questions.
Thank you for your interest in serving as an Election Official. Please complete the following information.