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Board of Elections Seeking Workers for May 14

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The Montgomery County Board of Elections is seeking workers for Primary Election Day on Tuesday, May 14. MCPS schools and offices will be closed that day.

Election workers are responsible for administering the voting procedures and making the process as easy as possible for voters.

Individuals can earn a minimum of $250 per day of service during early voting or at an Election Day polling place, and an additional $50 for in-person training.

Election workers who previously served during early voting or at an Election Day polling place will receive a $100 bonus for each full day served ($50 bonus for half-day service). To apply, visit the Election Worker Portal, or text SERVE to 77788.

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The Board of Elections is also seeking 6th to 12th grade students to participate in its Future Vote Initiative, which combines civic participation and the opportunity to observe democracy in action. Volunteers will earn Student Service Learning (SSL) hours. Training is required for student and their parent/guardian. Interested parents/guardians may pre-register their child(ren) here.

The Board of Elections is also looking for high school students to serve as election workers for Primary Election Day. Students 16 years old or older who are eligible to register to vote can serve. Training is required and will be provided. This includes an online quiz and in-person classroom training. Volunteers will be paid a stipend or receive SSL hours. More information is available here and here.