Poll observers are needed at Jackson County in-person balloting locations to make sure voting goes smoothly on Election Day Nov. 3.
The Michigan Voter Protection Team is building a statewide team of trained voter protection attorneys and other volunteers to ensure that Michigan voters get the assistance they need to register, vote and have their votes counted.
In order to be allowed to work at a polling place, observers must receive training and be credentialed. Training will be done virtually, but volunteering takes place in person on Nov. 3.
This training will provide all the information and resources needed to serve as a Voter Protection Challenger to protect voters and monitor voting at polling locations and absent voter counting boards in communities across Michigan.