Results for - Have you ever worked as an election day worker?

1,642 voters participated in this survey

Interpreters and Door Clerks earn a salary of $200 for working an Election Day, $25 for attending class and passing the exam. Inspectors, Poll Clerks and Information Clerks earn a salary of $200 for working an Election Day, $100 for attending a 6 hour training class and passing the exam. Any worker who does not attend training class will not be assigned to work an Election Day. Any worker who does not work an Election Day will not receive payment for attending class. Any worker who does not work at the site to which they are assigned will not be paid. HOURS OF WORK WILL BE FROM 5:00 A.M. TO COMPLETION OF RETURN OF CANVASS No person shall be certified or act as an election inspector or poll clerk who is not a registered voter and a resident of the county in which he or she serves, or within the city of New York, of such city, who holds any elective public office, or who is a candidate for any public office to be voted for by the voters of the district in which he or she is to serve, or the spouse, parent, or child of such a candidate, or who is not able to speak and read the English language and write it legibly.

Have you ever worked as an election day worker?

1. Have you ever worked as an election day worker?

Yes
12%
198 votes
No
78%
1,244 votes
Undecided
2%
38 votes
Not Applicable
8%
120 votes
08/14/2016 Money 1642 21 By: RRR
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