Becoming A Poll Watcher

Becoming A Poll WatcherToni Schuppe of Audit the Vote Pa, who appeared yesterday in Aston, has provided these directions for those who want to become poll watchers for Nov. 8.

By Toni Schuppe

Here is how to become poll watchers for the General Election on Nov. 8.

You must get officially credentialed through the RNC in order to get your poll watcher certificate that will allow you to visit any polling location within your given county, except for Philadelphia County… Yes, it’s a county and a city at the same time. Philly’s rules are different. Every other county is the same.

Now what? Sign up for the 1 hour training being spearheaded by the RNC. There are virtual Zoom options as well as in person options.

I know what you’re thinking. How can we trust the RNC when they did nothing to combat the fraud in the 2020 election? Great question. I was skeptical, so I took this training myself a couple weeks ago and it really is a great resource for a first step. It provides a comprehensive overview for someone who is coming in clueless and wants to get involved but isn’t sure what it all entails. So again, I recommend it as Step 1. However, we are providing supplements to the RNC training.

Audit The Vote PA is collaborating with other national election integrity groups to provide a 1 hour weekly deep dive training that will go into more specifics on poll watching as well as other topics and action items we need to know in order to attempt to restore transparency in our electoral process.

If you want to attend this training, send an email to and I will forward you the link to this weekly training. It is currently being held on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. and will continue up until the election. It is also being recorded so we can send it out to those interested who can’t make the time slot.

Becoming A Poll Watcher
Hatfield Montco Committeewoman Sandra Levin and Toni Schuppe

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