Voters at the Lucas County Early Voting Center in Toledo November 7, 2017.
The Lucas County Board of Elections is looking for registered voters to work as precinct elections officials and seasonal workers.
Those interested must be at least 18, registered voter in the county as a Democratic or Republican, have no felony convictions, and have access to reliable transportation.
Precinct elections officials will work the primary election on May 8, typically from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., set up the night before, and attend a training session. The pay is approximately $185.
The board also needs seasonal workers from March 12 through May 11 to work in the warehouse and board of elections office. Pay starts at $9.20 per hour.
Those interested in seasonal work may call the board of elections at 419-213-4001 or 419-213-2043 and 419-213-2034 to apply for work as precinct elections officials. Applications are available online at LucasCountyVotes.org.
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