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Brevard County Adopt-A-Precinct Program

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Fundraiser Opportunity


Sign up now to Adopt-A-Precinct for the 2016 Elections and earn up to $5,280!

 


Welcome to Adopt-A-Precinct and thank you for your interest in partnering with the Supervisor of Elections office. Our inaugural program began in 2012 with three organizations raising a total of $22,000 for Brevard charities/programs. To date, a total of $23,600 has been raised. The Adopt-A-Precinct program is designed to increase community participation in the voting process while providing charitable organizations with an exciting fundraising opportunity by staffing one of Brevard’s 123 polling locations.

Finding the funds to support projects and charities has become increasingly difficult. An Adopt-A-Precinct, staffed with 10 poll workers can earn as much as $1,760 in a single election for their organization/charity. By adopting a precinct in the 2016 Presidential Preference Primary, 2016 Primary and 2016 General Elections, your organization can earn up to $5,280.

For more information, please click here to view the Adopt-A-Precinct brochure.

                     

                     Supervisor Lori Scott         Catherine Ford           Lenny Paoletti

“Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy was honored to participate in Supervisor Scott’s innovative pilot. Adopt-A-Precinct was an amazing experience for our school community. Not only did it help raise needed funds for our athletic programs, it was a valuable civics lesson in the integrity of the electoral process.”  Catherine Ford, Headmaster (Retired) - Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy

Getting Started – NewPartners

Returning Partners

Adopt-A-Precinct CommunityPartners


Getting Started – New Partners  

(Note: Organizations that publicly support or oppose a candidate or issue on the ballot are not eligible for the Adopt-A-Precinct Program. Florida law prohibits poll workers serving in a precinct from being composed solely of one political party.)

As Supervisor of Elections, I am pleased to share an exciting opportunity about the Brevard County Elections Office Adopt-A-Precinct Program, a partnership that encourages civic participation in the elections process. Working together through community involvement, the elections office and your organization fund the future!

Your organization participates in this partnership by “adopting” one of Brevard’s 123 polling locations. Compensation is paid directly to the organization, which will be recognized for this outstanding service. 

·       All poll workers must be registered to vote in Brevard County.

·      You will need a person to coordinate and at least 10 to 12 bipartisan poll workers, depending on the size of the pre¬≠cinct you adopt.

·     Per Florida law, poll workers may not be a candidate, or the immediate family member of a candidate on the ballot of the election in which they will be working.

·        We will try to assign you a precinct in an area of your choice.

·       We will provide all training, which is mandatory. Training is conducted prior to each election and lasts, on average, from two to five hours depending on position (minimum 2 hours). 

·      Poll workers must arrive at their polling location no later than 6:00 a.m. on Election Day, and are required to remain at the polling place until all election duties are completed, which will be approximately one to two hours after the polls close.  Poll workers must work the entire day (may not work shifts).  If polling hours are extended due to Court or Executive Order, all poll workers are required to stay until the final closing.

·      Poll workers are encouraged to Vote by Mail or Early Vote since there is no guarantee they will be assigned to their home precinct on Election Day.

·      Poll workers are asked to bring food and necessities for the entire day, as they may not leave during the day.

·      Poll workers are asked to wear comfortable, casual, business attire. Poll workers may not wear campaign, partisan, or political attire.


For more information, please click here to view the Adopt-A-Precinct brochure.


If your organization is interested in participating in this exciting fundraising opportunity, please click here to view and print the Adopt-A-Precinct request form. The completed application will be reviewed for a determination of eligibility. If you have any further questions, please contact my Outreach Department 321-690-6850 or by email at pollworker@votebrevard.com.


Returning Partners - Welcome Back!


Our Adopt-A-Precinct Partners deserve special recognition for raising a combined total of $23,600 to fund community initiatives by staffing precincts on Election Day.  Due to your dedication and support, we are able to continue this highly successful program.

 

As recruitment begins for the 2016 Election cycle, all returning Adopt-A-Precinct partners must complete a new Adopt-A-Precinct Agreement 2016 and designate an Adopt-A-Precinct Contact.  The contact serves as the liaison between your organization and our office. It is the responsibility of the Adopt-A-Precinct contact to recruit poll workers for their assigned polling location and submit all correspondence by the deadline dates. All poll workers are required to attend mandatory training prior to each election. Our office will contact you with your scheduled class and confirm your polling location.


Adopt-A-Precinct Brochure

Adopt-A-Precinct Fact Sheet

W-9 form

Adopt-A-Precinct Contact Responsibilities 2016

Adopt-A-Precinct Poll Worker Application

(Note: Organizations that publicly support or oppose a candidate or issue on the ballot are not eligible for the Adopt-A-Precinct Program. Florida law prohibits poll workers serving in a precinct from being composed solely of one political party.)

Should you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Donna Griffin at 321-264-6744 or by email at pollworker@votebrevard.com.


Community Partners


$23,600 has been donated to charitable organizations

since the 2012 Election Cycle!


Thank you for helping make our

inaugural program such a tremendous success.


    Cocoa Beach High School Football Booster Club
Precinct 215, Church of Our Saviour Social Hall

$3,680

 
       
    Rockledge Rotary
Precinct 219, Cocoa/Rockledge Garden Club
 

$4,480

       
    Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy
Precinct 304, Barefoot Bay
Precinct 414, Ascension Catholic Church
Precinct 427, Faith Fellowship Church


$15,440

 

 

Lori Scott, Supervisor of Elections

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