They generally earn $60 to $140 per day, including over 13 hours of work on Election Day. Some counties in metro areas pay more, as they did in the primary election.
The names of people who sign up to become poll workers will be forwarded to county election offices, which will make decisions about whether to hire them. All poll workers must go through training.
To sign up to become a poll worker, go to securevotega.com/pollworkerrecruitment.