Do You Have to Live in Fulton County to Become a Poll Worker?

Are you eager to join the Fulton County election team? If so, you're in luck! The application window is now open for civic-minded individuals who want to help ensure that citizens can exercise their right to vote. Corbitt-Dominguez, a Fulton County spokesperson, recently announced that two workers had been dismissed due to a social media post. The woman in question had suggested in her post that she was going to videotape elements of her work at the voting center, which is not allowed. Mike Hassinger, a spokesman for the Georgia Secretary of State, shared with The New York Times a social media post by Laura Daube Kronen that was sent to his office by Fulton County officials.

Although most poll workers in Fulton County are residents of Fulton County, Georgia law also permits residents of neighboring counties to serve as poll workers. If you're interested in becoming a poll worker, you must meet certain criteria. You must be at least 18 years old and a registered voter in the state of Georgia. You must also be able to read and write English and be able to work on Election Day from 6:00 am until all voting activities are completed.

If you meet these requirements and would like to become a poll worker, you can apply online or contact your local county board of elections for more information. Becoming a poll worker is an essential civic duty and an excellent way to serve your community. So don't wait - apply today!.

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