Get paid this election by becoming a poll worker
Last updated: November 10, 2022
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Get paid this election by becoming a poll worker
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Rachel
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Poll workers paid what city

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Scott Ford
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How much did those Election workers make for. Not doing their job. Honestly.

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Corella Payne
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Can someone there answer the question, then? What is the process and to whom do i talk to? I feel like I'm talking to air.

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Corella Payne
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Enough talk. I'm in Chicago and want to be a poll worker. What is the process and how do i sign up NOW?

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SHARON HODGSON
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How

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SHARON HODGSON
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Yes, good idea. I'm interested.

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SHARON HODGSON
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Yes, I"d be interested

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joyce you
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Glad you're sharing this info and job lead, though the article's teaser title is misleading...almost no one makes that much, even going by your own chart! Maybe Maryland managers or inspectors (that travel around), but you don't get that as an entering clerk anywhere! You might check/edit the S.Carolina listing...I don't think their clerks would be making more than their managers!
Folks should know that working the polls isn't for the faint of heart...it is a 12-hour customer-service job, with an hour on each end for set-up and close-out paperwork...then delivery to your courthouse, for managers and assistants. (I'm glad to see on the listing that a couple of states do 1/2 days!) Unless you're in a rural area and it's a run-off election, it's a pretty stressful, grueling day...and with the long hours (none of my co-managers at the polls can sleep more than a couple hours the night before!), you'll want to save the following day for sleeping in! But since it occurs only 0-5 times a year, depending on what's going on in your area, it can be a rewarding day!

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Kristina a DeLeon
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Yes, I do. There's a lot of people that work late and not able to vote.

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David Weldy
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Yes Anything that increases valid participation

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