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Interested in the voting process? Want to learn more about the voting process? Want to work as an election worker in Waterloo Township . Contact Clerk Janice Kitley for information at 596-8400.
Election Workers

 Must be 18 years of age or older.
 Must be a registered voter of Waterloo Township .
 Must complete and file an election worker application  The applicant must list a political party affiliation on the application.
 Must attend a training session and certification conducted by the Jackson County Clerk prior to working as an election inspector.

Precinct Election Inspector Boards

 Inspectors are appointed from those who have properly completed and filed an application with the Waterloo Township Clerk and have attended a training session and certified by the Jackson County Clerk.
 An inspector cannot be a candidate, challenger or member of the Board of Canvassers.
 A member of a candidate's immediate family cannot serve as an election inspector.

Election Day Requirements

 The polling place must be open for voting between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.
 A majority of the board must be in attendance at the polling place at all times during the election.  For example, if the board consists of four inspectors, at least three must remain on duty at all times.  A member of the election board can leave to eat or vote (with the Chairperson's approval) as long as his/her absence does not interrupt the orderly operation of the polling place and a majority of the board is still present.
 Election inspectors must report for work at the time set by the Waterloo Township Clerk, usually at 6:00 a.m.
 After the polls close at 8:00 p.m., election inspectors must prepare the election materials.  The rest of the supplies and equipment must also be stored before leaving the polling place.

Current Pay Rate

 Inspectors are paid $9.50/hour for attendance at a training session and working the election.
 Chairpersons receive $12.00/hour for attendance at a training session and working the election.
 Completed applications can be mailed or faxed to:

WaterlooTownship Clerk

Jan Kitley

9773 Mt. Hope Road

Munith, MI 49259.
Fax 517-596-8600
Waterloo Township residents vote at the township offices located at 9773 Mt. Hope Road, Munith
Clerks office open Monday Tuesday Thursday & Friday 9am. to 1pm. Wednesday 1 pm to 5 pm

You can register to vote at our office or online.