ELECTION DAY POLL WORKERS TRAINING
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Election Day Law and Operations Class
By law, Election Day judges are required to attend the Law and Operations class.  The class is open to the public See Schedule

Photo ID and Similar Name On-Line Training
Texas Law regarding required identification for voting purposes has changed. All poll workers need to review the information on Photo Identification Requirements and Similar Name Requirements provided in the video training below.
  • To view Photo ID training video, please click HERE.
  • To view Similar Name training video, please click HERE.
  • To view Poll Book training video, please click HERE.
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  • To view Photo ID training video, please click HERE.
  • To view Similar Name training video, please click HERE.
  • To view Poll Book training video, please click HERE.

eSlate Training
Presiding and Alternate judges and two clerks from each polling location are required to attend eSlate training at least within nine months prior to the election. If the presiding judge has not received training in the past nine months, the presiding judge should register themselves, the alternate judge and two clerks from the polling location as soon as possible to avoid not being able to schedule at their preferred time. To view eSlate classes and schedules click the appropriate link.
ESlate Regular Classes   ESlate Fast Track Classes    ESlate Training Sites Map

Bilingual Clerk Training
Presiding Precinct Election Clerks should send election clerks fluent in Spanish, Vietnamese or Chinese to the Bilingual Clerk Training. The training covers providing assistance to voters with limited English proficiency who ask for help at the poll. To register click here.

Online Poll Worker Training Program
This web-based curriculum provides clerks information about polling place procedures covered in the Handbook for Election Judges and Clerks.
To access training click here.
Presiding and Alternate Election Judges Resources