Polling Stations Need Your Help

Many polling stations around the country are run by volunteer teams often comprised of retired seniors. Due to COVID-19, a large number of these folks may not be coming out to help at their local stations. This is where you may come in.

If there aren’t enough poll workers to cover the work at the polling stations, some stations may close and merge with others, causing even longer lines of voters than there already are. Please consider helping to fill the void.

Employees who work on Election Day (and that’s millions of workers) have a difficult time trying to cast their vote on during lunch hours, or before or after their shifts. Choosing to become a poll worker can help ensure as many of these regular business-hour workers can vote as possible.

Hey, you even get paid for doing it!

If you would like to become a poll worker, please contact your state’s Board of Elections page.

Please support our 2020 campaign in helping to Let Workers Vote.

Visit letworkersvote.com to learn more.


Posted by Joe Romanelli, President
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