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How to apply to be a poll worker for 2020 elections
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With several elections approaching in 2020, Hall County needs workers to staff the polls.

Poll workers are needed for the March 24 presidential preference primary, the general primary on May 19 and the general election on Nov. 3. There are three weeks of early voting before each election.

Pay is between $9 and $11 per hour depending on the job. Poll workers will attend a training session of at least three hours. Applicants must be at least 16 years old, Hall County residents and U.S. citizens.

Hall especially needs poll workers who speak multiple languages, especially people who are fluent in Spanish.

Anyone interested in serving as a poll worker can contact Paige Thompson with the Hall County Elections Department at 678-696-2505 or pathompson@hallcounty.org. An application is also available on the Hall County website. 

Voting dates are:

Presidential Preference Primary

  • Early voting March 2- March 20 with Saturday voting on March 14

  • Election on March 24

General Primary

  • Early voting April 27 – May 15 with Saturday voting on May 9

  • Election on May 19

General Election

  • Early voting Oct. 12 – Oct. 30 with Saturday voting Oct. 24

  • Election on Nov. 3

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