ASHEBORO N.C. – The Randolph County Board of Elections says they are in urgent need of people to work as election officials during the upcoming election.
According to Melissa Johnson, Director of the Randolph County Board of Elections, they are in urgent need of election workers on Election Day, May 17, 2022, as well as during early voting from April 28-May 14. “With the primary election moving from March to May 17th, some of our usual workers could not rearrange their schedules to work this election. Others have gotten jobs or have health issues or other reasons why they cannot serve during this election. Elections offices are always looking for dedicated people who are willing to serve their community.” said Johnson in an email.
The positions, including training are paid. Johnson says working on election day or during early voting is a great way to help others and to see democracy in action.”
Anyone interested should call the Randolph County Board of Elections at (336) 318-6900.