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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- More election poll workers are needed for the upcoming election.
The Jefferson County Clerk's Office is looking for Republican election officers for Election Day on Nov. 6.
The election requires more than 2,000 registered Republican and Democratic citizens of Jefferson County to work the polls at over 570 precincts.
Election officers receive $25 for attending a poll worker training session and $125 for working the polls on Election Day.
To be considered for an election officer position, registered Republicans who live in Jefferson County should contact the Jefferson County Republican Party at (502) 584-7111 or John Marshall (502) 574-6211 at the Election Center.
Election officer applications may be found online at the Jefferson County Web site at www.JeffersonCountyClerk.org.
To be eligible for an election officer position, citizens are required to:
· Be registered to vote in Jefferson County
· Have no changes in party affiliation within the last year.
· Attend a 2½ hour, paid training session - To be held in Sept. & Oct.
· Work a full-day, 5:15 a.m.-7 p.m., on Election Day
· Must provide own transportation
· Work in the polling location assigned by the Board of Elections
(Every effort is made to place workers in a voting precinct near their home.)
NOTE: Pursuant to KRS 117.045(9), "An election officer shall not be a candidate or the spouse, parent, brother, sister or child of a candidate who is to be voted for at the election."