In his fifteen-minute inaugural address on January 20, 1961, our 35th President challenged every American to contribute in some way to the public good. His challenge is just as important to us today as it was then.
If you are not currently an Election Judge, Clerk, or Worker, I offer a similar challenge to you.
Do you know what the cities of Abbott, Aquilla, Blum, Brandon, Bynum, Covington, Hillsboro, Hubbard, Itasca, Malone, Mertens, Mount Calm, Penelope, and Whitney have in common? They all need Election Judges and Election Clerks.
Election Judges are responsible for assembling their team of workers supervising the Election. They serve from 6:00 am to 8:30 pm on Election Day. Clerks assist the Voter as they sign in and cast their vote; and, can serve all or part of the Election Day.
Hill County Elections needs registered voters like you to serve as Election Judges at Primary and General Elections.
In addition to being compensated monetarily for your time, you will have the opportunity to give back to OUR community. There is no feeling on earth better than knowing that you took the time to pay it forward. To have a Democrat present at each election polling center will ensure that each citizen presenting themselves at the poll to vote is treated fairly without fear of being intimidated.
If you haven’t already agreed to serve as an Election Judge, please consider volunteering.
Workers are also needed for Central Counting, Early Voting Ballot Board (EVBB), and Signature Verification Committee.
Bilingual Election Clerks
We are in need of three bilingual people who are willing to serve as election clerks on March 5, 2024 in the primary election. The position pays $12/hour and you can expect to work a total of about 16 hours. The goal is to staff a bilingual individual at three major polling locations.
If you are interested in working in this capacity, please contact Thom Hanson at 254-479-8369 as soon as possible. If you know someone who might be interested, please contact them and if they are able, have them contact Thom Hanson!
What Is An Election Judge