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Lubbock County Election's office in need of paid election workers

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LUBBOCK COUNTY, Texas -

 

There is a critical need for poll workers ahead of the March primaries.

Lubbock County is asking businesses, church groups and volunteer organizations to pitch in. The county needs about 180 workers to sign up, and bilingual workers are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Both the Republican and Democratic primaries will be on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020.

 

This is a paid opportunity including paid training. Training is $9/hour and pay increases to $11/hour on poll day.

You can apply at these locations across town:

Express Employment Professionals - 7412 University Ave - 806.745.2395

KTBlack Services - #18 Briercroft Office Park - 806.797.4161

ITSQuest Professional Staffing Solutions - 4505 82nd Street, Suite 3 - 806.785.9100

Elwood Staffing - 2811 S. Loop 289, #4 - 806.745.0070

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