Lucas County Board of Elections hiring for Election Day workers

Published: Mar. 4, 2020 at 9:36 AM EST
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The Lucas County Board of Elections is hiring Election Day workers and Precinct Election Officials for the March 17 Primary Election.

The P.E.O. must take a scheduled training class. They are also involved in Monday evening set-up prior to Election Day. Their Election Day schedule typically runs from 5:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. A P.E.O. will be paid a minimum of $140 for training and completion of work.

An Election Day work will have hours dependent upon the job specification, but hours worked will be between 2-5 hours. Theyare paid between $10.50-$16 per hour. Assignments will be for rovers, riders, hospital patient ballot delivery, sub-station worker, and tabulation workers.

Workers must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18-years old, and a registered voter in Lucas County. Workers cannot be convicted of a felony. Candidates for office in the election are not eligible to work.

If you are interested in becoming a P.E.O., please contact Robert Royster at 419-213-2043 or Veronica Hill at 419-213-2034

If you are interested in any Election Day positions please contact Pamela Wilson at 419-213-2644 or Patricia Smith at 419- 213-2045

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