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Absentee Voting Begins; Poll Workers Sought for November General Election
Posted on: 10/01/2013
By  Mike Cullums
This first day of October is also the first day for absentee voting in Ohio.
The Washington County Board of Elections is mailing out absentee ballots this week to voters who have already requested them. You have until November 2 to request yours.
In addition, Board of Elections deputy director Peggy Byers is asking the public to consider becoming a poll worker. The requirements to be a Precinct Election Official in Ohio include:
    -You must be at least 17 years of age and registered to vote
    -You must be a registered voter in the county in which you plan to work 
    -You must not have been convicted of a felony
    -You cannot be running as a candidate for the election
What are the benefits?
    -Learn and earn extra spending money usually $100 or more for the day
    -Gain a better understanding of the voting process
    -Serve the community and our democracy  
Poll worker training sessions for Washington County begin on October 10, with afternoon and evening sessions through October 17.
For more information, contact Tara Hupp or Peggy Byers at the Board of Elections, at 374-6828 or stop by their new location at 204 Davis Avenue.
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