In fall of 2023 we will once again offer in-person training, online classes and course documents for election observers. Once you complete your training you’ll be able to schedule a shift to observe the March 2024 primary election.

Start by reviewing the new Observer Protocols published by the Marin County Elections Department and state law regarding Observer Rights:

All observers representing the MEIC must be familiar with their rights and adhere to Observer Protocols.

Be sure to examine the flow chart on the last page of the protocols. It provides valuable insight into the post Election Day Ballot Processing at the Civic Center.

Learn about the Vote Centers used in Marin County per the Voter’s Choice Act:

Vote Centers

Training materials for the November 8, 2022 general election are available below:

2022 Midterm

These training materials are currently being updated for the March 2024 primary. You will see them on this page as they are updated.


The MEIC is a non-partisan committee and is not affiliated with any political party. It works to ensure that every legal certifiable vote is accurately counted and tabulated.

The MEIC advocates a return to precinct level single day in-person voting with photo ID to vote on paper ballots counted at the precinct.

“OurMarin” is a trademark of the Marin Election Integrity Committee.

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