Becoming an Election Inspector
In many ways, the success or failure of the electoral process depends on the competence and dedication of the individuals who work at the polling places on primary and general election days.
How to Become an Inspector
In Dutchess County, more than 1,000 civic-minded citizens are needed every Election Day to work as Intake Inspectors and Machine Inspectors.
Boards of Elections throughout the nation, including Dutchess County, have a continuing need for new inspectors.
If you are a registered voter in Dutchess County and are interested in learning more about working as an election inspector, please call the Board of Elections and ask to speak with Kara Bucher (R) 845-486-2474 or Jill Fieldstein (D) 845-486-2476. You can also email us at [email protected].