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Broward County Needs Bilingual Poll Workers for Primary
Those selected will be placed in a voting location within their city and will be paid $165
BY Karen Franklin

The Broward County Supervisor of Elections Office is looking for bilingual poll workers to help voters during elections.
 
Anyone interested must be a U.S. citizen, a registered voter in Broward County, fluent in English and Spanish or Creole, and attend a 3-hour training program.
 
Those selected will be placed in a polling precinct within their city and will be paid $165, according to the office.
 
If you are interested you can call the Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Hotline at 954-459-9911 or apply online at www.browardsoe.org.
 
The office says this is a chance to be involved in your future and to participate in the democratic process.

Florida's presidential primary is Jan. 31.