There is a shortage of poll workers ahead of the November 2020 elections. Facebook has launched a poll worker recruitment push in the News Feed.
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This year’s elections will be quite like nothing ever seen before. Stadia, drive-thrus and even movie theatres are set to become polling places.
Poll workers are in short supply despite elections being around the corner in November. Young people are, however, doing much to save the election.
There is growing concern that there will be a shortage of polling station workers on election. Students are recruiting young people to help.
Tens of thousands of mail ballots were tossed out in this year’s primaries raising worries over what could possibly happen during November’s “corona polls”.
Officials in New Hampshire (NH) are making preparations for this year’s elections in which social distancing will be an important polling station rule.
Covid-19 was the excuse for the closure of in-person polling in Native American reservations prompting Democrats to press AG Barr for clarification.
Before college campuses emptied out for the pandemic, students and faculty alike were demanding they be empty on one specific day: election day.
The last time we saw considerable efforts to staff voting booths was during World War II. Election official warns coronavirus may require even more efforts.
Hiring election staff was already a major challenge even before coronavirus. There is now more serious personnel strain whereas workload is more intense.