LUBBOCK, Texas– The Lubbock County Elections Office needs people from the community to work the March 3 Joint Primary Election.
The elections office needs at least 100 people for the two-day commitment; one day for training and one for working Election Day, according to the Lubbock County Elections Office.
All workers are paid $9 an hour to attend training and $11 an hour for working on Election Day.
16 and 17-year-old students are allowed to work with parental and school permission, according to the office.
Anyone 18 and older must be a registered voter of Lubbock County. To check voter registration status before applying, call the elections office at (806) 775-1338.
The following are temporary employment services where where people can apply:
- Express Employment Professionals, 7412 University Avenue, #11, (806) 745-2395
- KT Black Services, #18 Briercroft Office Park, (806) 797-4161
- ITSQuest Professional Staffing Solutions, 4505 82nd Street, Suite 3, (806) 786-9100