The East Lansing City Clerk's office is always seeking civic-minded, qualified citizens to serve as paid election inspectors. Election inspectors must be registered to vote in the state of Michigan or a student (ages 16-17). East Lansing election inspectors do not need to be a registered voter in East Lansing. Election Inspectors must commit to working on Election Day from 6 a.m. until approximately 10 p.m. They must also attend a mandatory certification class before Election Day. Election inspectors should be detail-oriented, friendly and able to work up to a possible 16-hour day. Payment is as follows:
Election Workers - $10/hour
Precinct Chairs & Co-Chairs - $12/hour
Required 3-hour Training - $10/hour
To apply, please complete the Application for Election Inspectors (PDF) and mail or deliver it to the East Lansing City Clerk's Office at 410 Abbot Road, East Lansing, MI 48823. Individuals who previously worked as an East Lansing election inspector or chairperson do not need to re-apply, but they are asked to email email@example.com if they would like to sign up again.
A Thank You From the City Clerk
East Lansing City Clerk Jennifer Shuster would like to thank the following people for the important role they played during the August 7, 2018 Primary Election. The many people listed are greatly appreciated for their service as precinct chairs, election inspectors and City staff. Additionally, Clerk Shuster would like to thank everyone at the East Lansing Public Library for providing a stellar location and support for the election inspector training sessions and also the 13 different polling locations that continue to support the administration East Lansing elections. Thank you!