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Lawrence County Clerk Looking For Poll Workers
Updated March 29, 2016 8:51 AM
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(BEDFORD) - Lawrence County Clerk Myron Rainey is looking for poll workers for the May 3 Primary Election.

These are paid positions and include two meals. Each worker will be allocated a meal allowance of $13.50.

The council approved a recommendation by Rainey to elevate salaries for poll workers. A judge's compensation rises from $65 to $95 per day and a clerk's pay goes from $65 to $75.

An inspector's pay remains at $110, but a $25 stipend has been added for training.

The positions are also available for those 16-years-old and older.

Everyone must attend a training session the Saturday before the election.

If interested in becoming a poll worker contact Rainey at the voter registration office.

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