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Placer County Needs Poll Workers for March 3 Election

Ryan Ronco

Listen: Ryan Ronco, Placer County Registrar of Voters

With just days remaining until the March 3 presidential primary election, the Placer County Elections Office is facing a shortage of volunteers to serve in 219 precincts throughout the county. More than 100 poll workers are still needed, including bilingual Spanish- and Korean-speaking volunteers.

Election officers are paid up to $160 for staffing polling places. 

Bilingual election officers must be fluent in English and Spanish or Korean. 

Eligible residents who would like to participate in the democratic process are encouraged to contact the Elections Office right away. 

Poll workers must be citizens who are registered to vote, legal permanent residents, or high school students aged 16 years or older with a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Experience is not necessary; all training is provided. 

To volunteer to be a poll worker, sign up online at, or call 530-886-5650 or toll-free at 800-824-8683.

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