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Lubbock County announced on Tuesday that they are in need of at least 100 election workers for the March 3rd primary.

Those who want to become an election worker must be 18 and a registered voter. Workers who are 16 or 17 must get permission from parents and their school in order to work.

According to Lubbock County, workers will be committing to two days of work.

As a reminder 16 and 17 year olds students may work with parental and school permission.  Ages 18 and over must be a registered voter of Lubbock County.

This is a two day commitment, one for training and one for working Election Day. All Workers are paid $9.00 an hour to attend training and $11.00 an hour for working on Election Day.

To work the 2020 Primary Election, contact the Lubbock County Elections Office at 806-775-1338.