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Placer County Needs Poll Workers for March 3

Listen: Ryan Ronco, Placer County Clerk-Recorder-Registrar of Voters

The Placer County Elections Office still needs poll workers in Rocklin, Roseville, Granite Bay and North Lake Tahoe for the upcoming March 3 presidential primary election.

Staffing Placer County’s polling sites each election takes more than 1,500 poll workers, and Placer’s Elections Office is now accepting applications for all positions for the March 3 presidential primary election. It’s a great chance to give back to the community, be a part of the excitement of our democratic process and earn a little money, too.

Poll workers must be at least 18 years old (unless participating in the student poll worker program), be registered to vote in California or a permanent legal resident of the United States, provide their own transportation and be able to work from 6 a.m. to around 9 p.m. on the day of the election.

Poll worker duties include opening and closing polling sites, verifying voter names on election rosters and issuing and collecting ballots. Pay ranges from $100 to $160 and includes a stipend of $25 for attending poll worker training.

Volunteering can be a great fundraising opportunity for service clubs or community organizations. Staffing an entire precinct can earn a group up to $900.

For more information or to apply online, visit the Placer County elections websiteor call the Elections Office at 530-886-5650 or 1-800-824-8683.

Ryan Ronco

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