Elections Need Workers Too

Tuesday is election day, and the polls don't run themselves. Each county has a board of elections that runs the polls and hires poll workers...such as me.

This fall election may be pretty uneventful, but usually the board is always looking for more workers...sometimes even at the last minute.

If you can take a two-hour class, and then work 14-hours-plus on two Tuesdays out of the year for a decent paycheck, contact your county's board of elections. You must be a registered voter in the county, and party affiliation is important for state-mandated balance in the polling place.

As the Ohio Secretary of State says, help "Defend Democracy."

Kevin Coleman reports on culture and Ross County and Chillicothe government

Defend Democracy and Serve as a Poll Worker

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