Wanted:  Precinct Election Officials

Do you know someone who would be a great Precinct Election Official?

 

Every year, thousands of Precinct Election Officials are needed to staff the polls on Election Day. Ohio needs more volunteers just like you who are committed to doing their part for their country, state and local community.

 

There are only a few requirements to be a P.E.O. in Ohio:

• They must be at least 17 years of age and registered to vote

• They must be a registered voter in the county in which they plan to work as a P.E.O.

• They must not have been convicted of a felony

• They cannot be running as a candidate for the election in which they are working

 

If you know anyone who meets these requirements, be sure to tell them Ohio needs their help for the upcoming election. Have them visit www.PEOinOHIO.com to sign up for more information or contact their local county board of elections.  You can reach the Montgomery County Board of Elections at 225-5656.

 

Disclaimer: County boards of elections are responsible for hiring precinct election officials for their own counties, determining the hours precinct election officials will work on Election Day and the compensation they will receive. After submitting their information, individuals may be contacted directly by the board regarding next steps.

www.PEOinOHIO.com

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