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    Tarrant County in need of bilingual election workers:

     
    Want to get in on the election day excitement, perform a community service, and get paid for it?
     
    The Tarrant County Elections Department is seeking bilingual workers (who are fluent in both English and Spanish) to assist in conducting elections at polling places during the upcoming Presidential election on November 6, 2012.
     
    With the Presidential election fast approaching, Steve Raborn, Tarrant County Elections
    Administrator announced an urgent need for bilingual workers. "We are always looking for civic-minded people who are willing to help make the electoral process work in Tarrant County" said Raborn.
     
    Workers are needed at election day polling places all over Tarrant County.  The rate of pay is $9.00 per hour and working hours are approximately 6:00 a.m. until 8:30 p.m.  Training is available.
     
    Polling place workers must be registered voters in Tarrant County and cannot be elected officials or candidates for public office.  Immediate relatives and employees of candidates for public office are not eligible to serve at the polls, along with campaign managers and/or campaign treasurers of candidates on the ballot.
     
    Any person interested in working during the upcoming elections should call the Tarrant County Elections Department at 817-831-8683.
     

    For more information contact Steve Raborn, Elections Administrator, at 817-831-8683.