Ashland County Board of Elections



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   WANTED.....POLL WORKERS

COME WORK WITH US

ON ELECTION DAY !

 

The Ashland County Board of Elections has always been and continues to be committed in providing the most fair and efficient elections possible to the voters living in Ashland County. We need to share the responsibility of our commitment with approximately 260 poll workers. By serving as a polling place official you get a chance to give back to your community, meet other people from Ashland County, and preserve the democratic process.

 

WHY AM I NEEDED?

Without polling place officials the election can not be held.

Polling place officials identify the voters as eligible, assist voters when necessary and assure that the election laws of the state are followed.

 

REQUIREMENTS

PRECINCT ASSIGNMENTS

 

The voting precincts must be fully staffed for all primary, general or special elections held in the county.

Each precinct is composed of two (2) Democrats and two (2) Republicans.

The polling place official is appointed to work at each election by the Board of Elections.

 

Your name will be put on the Alternate Polling Place Official List.

New polling place officials will be assigned to work a precinct based on availability of an opening.

 

COMPENSATION

 

Polling place officials are compensated for working Election Day and attending Training Session.

 

GETTING SIGNED UP

 

To get signed up to become an Ashland County polling place official,  Democrats please email vbeugly@ashlandcounty.org or call 419-282-4279  and Republicans e-mail khowman@ashlandcounty.org or call 419-282-4224 or or stop by the board office at 110 Cottage Street in Ashland. Be ready to supply the following information;