1 Pollworker Training Please silence and put away your cell phone during the class. SUPERVISORS & GREETERS NOTICE: This class has 3 parts: Supervisors & Greeters will be dismissed after 1 hour Returning Moderators & Clerks will be dismissed after 1 ½ hours New Moderator & Clerks portion will be dismissed after 2-3 hours. If you unable to stay for your entire portion of the class, please speak to your Board of Canvassers to reschedule to a different class date. You will be given a short quiz at the end of your class portion. Your official election pin will be in your supply box on Election Day! View this presentation and other pollworker-related materials at: Follow us on
2 Election Official Oath Do you attest to faithfully execute the office of election official and will, to the best of your ability, preserve, protect, and defend the constitution of the United States, the constitution of the State of Rhode Island, and all the election laws and rights of the people thereof?
3 New Voting Equipment New voting machine at all precincts, DS 200. No more special marking pens! Can read regular ball point pens. Voters will use the touchscreen to override their ballots if they make a mistake. Elections results are sent over a cellular connection to the Board of Elections.
4 One Page Ballot Front Back New ballot design. Voters will fill in ovals to the left of the choice. All local questions will be highlighted in Yellow
5 Two Page Ballot Page 1 Front Page 1 Back Page 2 Front Voters must take all pages of the ballot
6 Communities with Multiple Page Ballots 2 Pages *Request swap at 750 on public counter Central Falls Coventry East Providence Exeter Foster Jamestown Providence Warren Westerly 3 Pages *Request swap at 500 on public counter Pawtucket *NOTE: When the Public Counter on the DS200 reaches the indicated amount, the Moderator must call for the State Technician to swap the Blue Tote Bin for an empty one. Do not swap the bin yourself. It is unlawful for you to open the ballot compartment door without the Technician present.
7 President / Vice-President Voting-Only Polling Place A special polling place is setup at City/Town Hall (*see below for exceptions) Under RI law, at only that poll any resident can complete a voter registration form and a ballot application, and receive a ballot for President/Vice- President which will go into a DS-200. Note: Provisional voters may choose this option instead to ensure their vote for president is counted. *Providence location will be at the Dunkin Donuts Center. **Coventry, Johnston, Lincoln, & Little Compton will not be at Town Hall. Contact the Board of Canvassers for the location.
8 Positions at the polls Moderator The person in charge of the polling place. Assigns the Supervisors into bi-partisan pairs. Responsible for operating the voting equipment. Determines when breaks should be taken. Is the backup to the Clerk. Clerk Completes the Election Certificate at opening & closing. Handles provisional voting & voter affirmation processes. Files all paperwork properly. Is the backup to the Moderator (Warden). Moderator s Assistant (if assigned) Assists voters with casting their ballot into the DS-200. Answer any questions the voter may have regarding the DS-200 Temporarily relieve a Supervisors during breaks etc.
9 Positions at the polls Supervisors Work in bi-partisan pairs. Checks voter IDs and looks them up on the voting list. Has each eligible voter complete a ballot application. Issues each eligible voter a ballot. Assists voters in the booth as a bi-partisan pair if needed. Greeters Positioned near polling place entrance. Directs voters to the proper Supervisor line. Remind voters in line to have their ID ready (does not check ID). Uses a master list to direct lost voters to correct polling place.
10 Polling Place Hours of Operation 7:00 AM 8:00 PM Arrive at your location by 6:00 AM. Any voter in line with the Supervisors by 8 p.m. is allowed to vote. You cannot leave until dismissed by the Moderator
11 You can t leave the polling place to vote. So vote early at the Board of Canvassers! You have until 4 p.m. on the day before the election.
12 Supervisors goals for Election Day Get your workstation organized. Be attentive, courteous, and non-partisan. Process voters quickly, but accurately. Make sure each voter gets only 1 ballot. Send any problem voters to the Clerk.
13 All positions have a supply bag with an inventory sheet which lists everything you have inside the bag. Your supplies are in the Blue Supply Box
14 Your checklist is important Each supply bag has a checklist. Sign the last page of each checklist and put them into Board of Canvassers bag.
15 Supervisor responsibilities when opening the polling place Put up all posters found in supply bag (including Spanish in Providence, Pawtucket, and Central Falls). Make sure all the voting booths are setup. Place a ballpoint pen inside each voting booth. Sign the Zero Report from the DS 200. Team up with another Supervisor who is not of the same party as you.
16 Supervisors put up posters on the building s outside door Use the tape supplied by the Board of Canvassers. It may be better to tape signs on the inside of the glass if possible.
17 Supervisors put up all your posters inside the building
18 Inside the voting booth Post the list of presidential electors on the left side of the inside of each voting booth. Remember to place a ball-point pen in each booth.
19 Supervisor responsibilities when opening the polling place Place a Pollbook(s) at your workstation. Get a package of Official Ballots from the Clerk. Get a package of Ballot Applications from the Clerk. Get any voter forms from your supply bag and have them at your workstation.
20 Sample Supervisor Pair Setup You may have more than 1 page of the ballot Voter Spindle Ballots Privacy Folders Assistance Forms Signing With a Mark forms Pollbook Ballot Applications 3 Privacy Folders 2 Ballots 1 5 -~~~~~- ~~~~~~~ 7 Apps 6 A-L 4 ~~ ~~ ~ Supervisor Supervisor
21 Acceptable Photo ID New design Address on any ID does not matter. Cannot be expired (if it has a date). RI Driver License State Voter ID Card U.S. Military ID U.S. Educational Institution ID Government Issued Medical Card Identification issued by RI or U.S. Government U.S. Passport
22 Keep this useful guide at your station It s a list of all acceptable Photo ID types. Examples are now provided, but acceptable ld types are not limited to the examples. Native American Tribal IDs are now acceptable.
23 The perfect voter check in 1)They tell you their full name and address. 2)They hand you their Photo ID. 3)You verify their name and picture on the ID. 4)You find their name and address in the Pollbook. 5)You announce their name and address in a loud and clear voice. 6. You put their label on the ballot application. 7. They sign the ballot application and both Supervisors initial it. 8. You put the signed ballot application on the appropriate spindle. 9. The Supervisor gives the voter their ballot in a Privacy Folder and directs the voter to a voting booth. 10.They cast their ballot into the DS 200 and receive an I Voted sticker from the Moderator.
24 Pollbook Special Message GENERAL ELECTION: November 8, 2016 GENERAL ELECTION: November 8, 2016 GENERAL ELECTION: November 8, 2016 GENERAL ELECTION: November 8, 2016 Peel off the label and place it on a ballot application GENERAL ELECTION: November 8, 2016 Note: Party affiliation is not listed because all voters get the same ballot
25 Ballot Application 001 Stick voter s label here Check this box if the voter completed an Affirmation Form Voter signs here Supervisors initial here
26 Give the voter a ballot in a Secrecy Folder Make sure you only give one ballot page to each voter. Use the sample on the front to demonstrate how to fill-in the oval.
27 Who is a problem voter You can t find their name in the Pollbook. They say they live at a different address. They have changed their name. They have Affirmation Required printed under their record. They have Voted By Mail Cannot Sign under their record. They do not have the required Photo ID or they just don t want to show it to you. They are holding up your line with any other issue that you cannot handle. What do you do with these voters?
28 Send them to the Clerk!!!
29 Problem voters No Photo ID? Send them to the Clerk to vote a Provisional Ballot. Or they can go come back later with their ID, but make sure you tell them that polls close at 8 p.m.
30 Problem voters Special Message: Affirmation Required Send them to the Clerk to fill-out an Affirmation Form. Let them go to the front of the line once they have completed the Affirmation form with the Clerk.
31 Problem voters Special Message: Voted By Mail Cannot Sign? Send them to the Clerk to vote a Provisional Ballot. They can t surrender their mail ballot at the polling place.
32 Voter helped by person of their own choice They are blind, have a disability, or cannot speak English. This form must be completed and signed. A voter s union rep or employer cannot assist them. Children under 13 do not need this form to accompany a voter.
33 Helped by a pair of Supervisors Person has no one with them who can help them. Moderator will assign a bipartisan pair of Supervisors to help the voter in the booth. Voter s choices must remain secret. The pair(s) remaining at the table must fill-in for the pair giving assistance.
34 AutoMark The AutoMark machine is available to assist voters who may have trouble marking their ballot on their own in a voting booth. You may offer it to anyone who you believe may benefit from using it. However, ANY VOTER who wants to use the AutoMark may use it! *The supplied hood provided must be used to provide the voter additional privacy
35 Interacting with Voters with Disabilities Before Election Day: Please review Chapter 9: Best Practices Working with Voters with Disabilities on Pg. 99 in your manuals.
36 Write In Votes There will be a space for a write-in on the ballot. A voter can fill-in the oval and write-in a name. No pre-printed labels allowed. Oval must be filled-in Name must be written-in
37 State Election Laws A person may photograph their own ballot in the voting area, but photos of other people s ballots are not allowed. Observers are allowed in the room, but not in the voting area. Neither pollworkers or party checkers can wear any political materials or influence someone s vote in any way. Voters are allowed to wear political apparel, as long as they vote and leave the polling place.
38 State Election Laws Pollworkers may make election-related calls within the polling place. Text messaging in the polling place by anyone is fine as long as it does not interfere with the election or your duties. Any surveying of voter opinion or campaigning must be done more than 50 feet from the entrance. Photographs and video are allowed from outside the voting area, if there is not attempt to focus on a voter s ballot.
39 Affidavit of the Supervisors All the Supervisors must sign the Affidavit of the Supervisors. Certifies that you gave only one ballot to each voter. Clerk puts this form into Board of Canvassers return bag.
40 Supervisors duties closing the polling place Count the signed Ballot Applications for the Clerk. Take down all the signs and close voting booths. Help the Moderator remove the ballots from the DS-200. Help the Moderator put the AutoMARK back into the black case. Wait until you are dismissed by the Moderator.
41 Thank You Supervisors/Greeters!! You will now be issued a short quiz. When you are finished with the quiz, turn it in at the table where you signed-in before the class. Read your books and take them and these slides to the polling place with you! Moderators/Clerks may take a brief break.
42 Moderators & Clerks Please silence your cell phone Coming up next 1. Review for returning Moderator & Clerks (then dismissed) 2. Equipment training for new Moderator & Clerks 3. Starting your Election Day 4. Provisional Voting 5. Affirmation 6. Closing Down & Election Returns View this presentation and other pollworker-related materials at: Follow us on
43 Lines You may have lines. The Moderator must ensure lines are orderly. If a Greeter is present, they should help keep lines orderly and organized. If all booths are full, have a line formed for booths (10 minute limit in booths). If there is a problem maintaining order, the Moderator should call the Board of Canvassers.
44 Your Election Keys Reminder: You get your equipment keys in the supplies sent to you by the Board of Canvassers. Black Key DS-200 tabulator Silver Key Ballot box under the DS-200 Blue Key AutoMark Gold Key - Red Provisional Ballot Bag At the end of the night, put them in the Board of Canvassers Return Envelope.
45 Powering on the DS 200 in the morning Make sure the DS-200 is plugged into a working electrical outlet before unlocking the screen. Unlock and lift the screen. The DS-200 will boot up automatically. If it doesn t boot, put the screen back down, check power, and lift screen again. If problem persists, contact the Board of Canvassers. Follow the step-by-step procedure on Pg. 62 in your manuals.
46 Place the blue arrow on the DS 200 Arrow will be in Moderator s bag
47 AutoMark Verification Ballot Make sure your AutoMark is powered-on and ready for voters to use at 7:00 AM. The State Technician will arrive in the morning & afternoon with a Verification Ballot. They will assist you in marking the Verification Ballot on the AutoMark. Once marked, the Clerk must place the ballot into a marked envelope in your supplies. Never allow the Verification Ballot to go into the DS-200 at any time!
48 Printing your Write In Report The Write-In Review Report will print automatically after your Voting Results Report. Place it into your Write-In Report envelope. If the report doesn t automatically print, follow instructions on Pg. 81 in your manuals
49 Transmitting Your Results from the DS 200 You will see this screen after your Voting Results and Write-In Report automatically print. Press Begin Modem Process and wait for the results to transmit! DO NOT power-off the DS-200 or attempt to remove the USB Drive until the it has attempted to transmit at least 10 times. After you see Transmission Successful, you may powerdown the DS-200 and remove the USB Drive. PRESS BEGIN MODEM PROCESS DO NOT PRESS CANCEL MODEM Follow the step-by-step procedure on Pg. 77 in your manuals.
50 Copies of Voting Results at close of polls 1st copy (signed) Board of Elections bag Other copy Tape on door outside polling place Other copy Board of Canvassers return bag Other copy With the voted ballots in metal security case Write In Review Report In the Write In Report envelope After you have started transmission of the results from the DS-200, use scissors in Moderator Bag to separate each copy, and read results out loud.
51 USB DRIVE NEVER remove the USB Drive while the DS-200 is powered on!! Place the USB drive into the envelope in the Moderator s Supply Bag.
52 QUESTIONS ABOUT OTHER ISSUES YOU EXPERIENCED IN THE PRIMARY?
53 Thank You Experienced Moderator & Clerks!! Read your books and take them and these slides to the polling place with you! NEW Moderators/Clerks & Assistant Moderators must remain.
54 DS 200 & AutoMark Training for New Moderators & Clerks & Moderator Assistants
55 Setting up the polling place Voting Area is in blue. Special instructions for you will be in the yellow box. The AutoMark is always facing to the side for privacy of the voter. The DS-200 should always be placed in the Voting Area. You may have additional tables for additional Supervisors. Make sure voters are using only the designated entrance.
56 The clerk must verify these seals numbers Blue Supply Box Seal USB Drive Door Seal DS-200 Serial Number AutoMARK Serial Number Put a checkmark next to each number on your Election Certificate
57 Clerk s Election Certificate These are your seal numbers These are the number of ballots you received in your blue supply box
58 Discrepancy Report (two part form) Report on here: Missing supplies Inaccuracies on the Pollbooks. Problems with any returns. DS-200 or AutoMark problems.
59 Feedback Return this form in the Board of Elections Return bag.
60 Wait times Completed by the Moderator. Return it in the Board of Elections return bag.
61 Provisional Voting Clerk More info on Provisional Voting on Pg. 40 in your manuals.
62 Why would the Clerk have a voter vote a Provisional Ballot? 1. Their name is not in the poll book. 3. You challenge their identity. 2. They applied for a mail ballot. 4. They do not show valid Photo ID.
63 Step 1: Give them the Info Sheet
64 Step 2: Give them the Application Write your precinct number! This is a voter registration form Voter must sign in 2 locations. Clerk must sign Make sure you check a category This is the voter s receipt
65 Step 3: Get a ballot from the Supervisors Place a provisional ballot sticker here
66 Step 4: Send the voter to a booth The voter will take the ballot and envelope to a voting booth. Tell the voter that once they have marked the ballot they must fold it and seal it inside the envelope and return to you. Never tear the application from the envelope. If it gets torn off, a new application and envelope will need to be used (throw the spoiled application in the Blue Supply Box).
67 Step 5: Give the voter their receipt Tear the above receipt from the bottom of the application and give it to the voter. 48 hours after the election, they can check the status of their Provisional Ballot at or by calling their Local Board of Canvassers.
68 Step 6: Place the envelope in the Red Bag This bag is accessed with the Gold Key. Keep it secure by your station all day. Return it to the Board of Canvassers with your election returns.
69 A provisional ballot never gets put into the DS 200. Make sure you write your precinct number at the top of every application. A provisional voter does not complete a ballot application with the Supervisors. The application is never removed from the envelope.
70 Voter Affirmation Clerk More info on Affirmation on Pg. 43 in your manuals.
71 Who needs to complete an affirmation form? Inactive Voter The voter has Affirmation Required message on the voting list. Name Change A voter who has legally changed their name. Change of Address A voter who says they have moved.
72 Inactive Voter (Affirmation Required message) They changed their address with the USPS but not with the Board of Canvassers. They must complete the affirmation form with the Clerk before completing a ballot application with the Supervisors. They will no longer be considered inactive in future elections.
73 Name Change A voter who changed their name must first complete an affirmation form with the Clerk. Supervisors can still use their same label. Voter will sign with their new legal name. Do not request any legal document to prove the name change.
74 Change of Address (within same city/town) Voter must be registered in the city/town. Their name must be on the Master List. If they moved less than 30 days before the election, they vote at their old polling place. If they moved 30 days or more before the election, they vote at their new polling place.
75 Street name Street Directory House # range Assigned precinct
76 List of Polling Places Polling Location Name Precinct Number
77 Change of Address (between different city/towns) If they moved less than 30 days before the Election, they vote at their polling place in their previous city/town. If they moved 30 days or more but less than 6 months before the Election, send them to the Board of Canvassers in their previous town for a Limited Ballot. If they moved 6 months or more before the Election or moved into RI from another state, they can go to their Board of Canvassers and complete a same day Voter Registration, and may vote a President/Vice President Only Ballot.
78 Make sure the voter is on the Master List Important for name changes Look up the address on the Street Directory Important for Inactive voters & change of address. If applicable, write new precinct address here Generate the code and look it up on the Guide.
79 Look for your code & instructions
80 Completed Affirmation Forms go into your Board of Canvassers return bag. If applicable, send the voter to their new precinct with the affirmation form. A person completing an Affirmation form usually votes a regular ballot that goes into DS 200. Do not have the voter do a provisional ballot unless necessary.
81 There s a difference Voter Affirmation The person is registered to vote. They attest on a Voter Affirmation that they have moved, and they are entitled to vote in your precinct based on when they moved. They vote a regular ballot that goes into the DS 200. Provisional Voting The person is not registered to vote. Or, they are registered but insist on voting in the wrong precinct, haven t shown ID, or applied for a mail ballot Their ballot is sealed into a provisional envelope and brought back to the Board of Canvassers after the polls close for determination.
82 Always use your checklists when closing the polling place. This will help you avoid mistakes!
83 Closing the polling place Open your red bag with the GOLD KEY. Clerk must count the provisional ballots for election certificate. Lock the red bag and seal the other end with a red tie seal found in the seals envelope Write seal number on both copies of the Election Certificate Seals envelope Tie Seal
84 Clerk s Election Certificate Account for all of your ballots Account for all of your applications Document your seal numbers. Place 1 copy in BOE return bag and 1 copy in BOC return bag.
85 Unused Ballots Seal only opened packages of unused ballots in this bag. Never place voted ballots in this bag or the plastic blue supply box.
86 Board of Elections Return Bag Complete the checklist on the front of the bag and sign it. Make sure it s sealed.
87 Board of Canvassers Return bag Complete the checklist on the front of the bag and sign it. Place the equipment keys inside last. Make sure it s sealed.
88 Blue Supply Box Un-voted ballots and applications Unused forms Election supplies
89 Never put these in the blue supply box Ballots from the DS-200 Forms signed or completed by voters Pollbooks and lists Any items issued to you by the Board of Canvassers
90 Deliver your election returns Envelopes and Bags Board of Canvassers return bag Board of Elections return bag Ballot bags - Voids & Manual Count All signed ballot applications Red Provisional bag (Even if empty) USB drive from DS-200 Metal Ballot Security Case (or white vinyl bag labeled Voted Ballots ) Voted ballots with copy of Elections Results tape. Board of Canvassers Box or Canvass Bag All poll books, master lists, and street directories. Extra signs, extension cords, power strips etc.
91 Thank You You will now be issued a short quiz. Turn in your quiz at the table where you signed-in. Read your books and take them and these slides to the polling place with you!
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