Contra Costa County is in need of civic minded people willing to serve as poll workers in all areas of the County next Tuesday, June 3rd.
English and bilingual (English/Spanish, English/Japanese, English/Korean, English/Tagalog, English/Chinese, English/Vietnamese and English/Hindi) poll workers are needed. Pursuant to California Elections Code 12302, to be a poll worker, you must currently be a registered voter in California, or you may be a non-voter who is a permanent resident in the United States.
High School students, who are at least 16 years of age, are citizens or will be by the date of the election and who have at least a 2.5 GPA can serve as poll workers. Student poll workers will receive a stipend and may fulfill community service requirements.
No prior experience is necessary and training is provided. A special Saturday training will be offered on May 31 in the Board of Supervisors chambers located at 651 Pine Street in Martinez. Four different time slots during day and evening hours will be available.
Poll workers receive a stipend of $125 for attending training and working on Election Day from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.
County and State employees are encouraged to apply.
Applications will be immediately accepted and reviewed. Email eo.@vote.cccounty.us or call the Contra Costa County Elections Division at 925-335-7873.