Help ensure successful elections

You can help make sure Massachusetts holds successful elections this year by offering your time to be a poll worker.

You can help make sure Massachusetts holds successful elections this year by offering your time to be a poll worker.

Many cities and towns are in critical need of poll workers, especially those who are bilingual. The new elections law allows municipalities to hire poll workers regardless of where they live, their voter registration status, or political party affiliation.

Check the Secretary of State's website at the link below for a list of communities still looking for poll workers, along with the contact information you may use to apply. You do not need to be a resident of a city or town in order to be a poll worker there.

https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/covid-19/poll-workers-needed.htm

Or sign up via the Safe Elections Network coalition, where you can watch training videos and get more information:

https://www.safeelectionsma.org/become-a-poll-worker




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