Chief Inspector Duties
Complete the Closing Guide/Checklist for Chief’s Red Bag to make sure all items are packed.
Note: You already packed the red bag when you completed Section H.
- (Sealed) Envelope(s) for Voted Polling Place Ballots
- (Sealed) Envelope(s) VBM
- (Sealed) Envelope(s) B
- (Sealed) Envelope(s) C
Take the Red Bag, your county issued cell phone, and your Closing Guide/Checklist for Chief’s Red Bag to the Receiving Center right away! The address is on the ID tag on the front of the red bag. You must bring another poll worker to the receiving center. (Poll worker may go in a separate vehicle.)
After you drop off the red bag, you may need to go back to the polling place to supervise the final closing. Check with your Deputy Inspectors to see if they need your help.
Deputy Inspector Duties
Black Deputy Bag
Use the Closing Guide for Black Deputy Bag to make sure all items are packed.
- (Sealed) carton(s) with unused ballots
- Envelope A
- Deputy Bag #1
- Deputy Bag #2
- Deputy Bag #3
- Poll Worker Applications bag
- Extra plastic bag(s)
- Extra Unused Provisional/CVR envelopes/li>
- Closing Guide for Black Deputy Bag
Black Ballot Box
Use the Closing Guide for Black Ballot Box to make sure all items are packed.
- Accessibility Supplies bag
- Chief Bag #1
- Chief Bag #2 (except cell phone)
- Chief Bag #3
- Countywide Street Guide
- Demonstration ballot pads
- Extension cords
- Flag (inside envelope)
- All polling place signs
- Legally Req’d Posting Envelope
- Secrecy folders
- Ballot Box Bag #1
- Ballot Box Bag #2
- Closing Guide for Ballot Box
Leave INSIDE polling place: Deputy’s black bag, ballot box, Ballot Marking Device (inside two cases), voting booths, tri-fold sign board, “Vote Here” stand up sign, and BallotCall (inside case – if one was delivered to your poll). Our movers will pick these up the day after the election.
Leave OUTSIDE polling place: Accessibility equipment that was set up outside the polling place (i.e.: ramps, cones, signs, etc.). Our movers will pick these up on election night.