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Poll workers still needed in Belmont County for Nov. 2 election

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The Belmont County Board of Elections is in need of poll workers for the coming Nov. 2 election. Deputy Director Kamron Chervenak reminds the public that precinct election officials will receive $133 for working Election Day and $125 for attending training for a total of $258 plus mileage. Voting location managers receive $133 salary for the day, $125 for attending training, and $10 for picking up and returning supplies, for a total of $268. Alternates will receive $125 for attending training if they are not called out to work. If they are called out to work and do not respond, they will receive $25. Rovers will receive $200 plus mileage for working and attending training. A minimum of 280 poll workers are needed, 140 from either party. Workers from both parties are in demand. For more information about being a poll worker, call the board office at 740-526-0188.

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