SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- The San Diego County Registrar of Voters is searching for poll workers ahead of the March 3 Primary.
The county put out a notice Wednesday noting it’s “in dire need of 1,000 workers for the March 3rd Election.”
According to the ROV, workers can receive up to $175, depending on their position and placement. Assignments are available in every city countywide.
An additional $15 stipend will be paid to workers fluent in English and one of the following languages:
See the list below for requirements to be a poll worker:
- Be a United States citizen and registered to vote in California or a legal permanent resident with a Social Security number
Click here for more information.