The Contra Costa County Election Department is looking for civic-minded people willing to serve as poll workers for the June 5, 2012, Presidential Primary Election. The county is looking for inspectors and clerks in the following cities:
- San Ramon
Bilingual (English/Spanish) workers are also needed. You must be a registered voter in California to qualify for a poll worker position.
No prior experience is necessary and the county offers online training. Inspectors receive a $100 stipend and Clerks receive an $80 stipend for Election Day. Other stipends ranging from $5 to $20 are also paid for various duties.
There is also a poll worker program for high school students called “Youth With A Vision”, where students 16 years or older with a 2.5 GPA can serve as poll workers, receive a stipend, and fulfill community service requirements.
For information regarding these opportunities, call the Contra Costa County Elections Volunteer Recruitment Section at (925) 335-7873 or email EO.Recruitment@vote.cccounty.us.
-Information provided by the Contra Costa County Election Department
Ever been a poll worker before? What was it like?
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