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November Election Officers Needed

Good afternoon, everyone! We’re the Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters’ Office. We organize, manage and operate all Federal, State and local public elections in our county. We’re new to Nextdoor, so we wanted to introduce ourselves. From time to time we will issue information to inform you about elections and voting. We will also ask for your help and participation, as we do in the message below. We encourage you to stay informed about election procedures in Santa Clara County. We are working to make voting easier and more convenient than ever before. Thank you for your attention and support. Please see below.

Dear Santa Clara County Residents,

This November 6, give a day to democracy! The Santa Clara County Registrar of Voters’ Office (ROV) needs over 5,000 volunteer Election Officers at polling locations for the General Election. Bilingual positions are available in 19 different languages. (See list below.)

Anyone can be an Election Officer if they are a U.S. citizen and registered voter (last day to register for the November 6 General Election is October 22), a legal permanent resident 18 or older, or high school student 16 years or older, with both parental and principal permission.

Election Officers will receive a stipend of up to $200 for their services, and an additional bonus if they are bilingual in one of the listed languages. Training is provided. Classes will begin September 22 and are filling up right now.

Bilingual individuals are needed who speak English and one of the following: Spanish Vietnamese, Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin, Taiwanese), Tagalog, Korean, Russian, Farsi, Punjabi, Japanese, Hindi, Telugu, Portuguese, Khmer, Syriac, Tamil, Gujarati and Nepali.

For more information about Election Officers, contact the Registrar of Voters’ Office at 1-408-918-9140, or send an email to Online sign-up for Election Officers is also available at The Registrar of Voters’ Office staff will contact you to verify your information and application.

In addition to Election Day Election Officers, the ROV is hiring full-time temporary positions for its Early Vote Centers that open on October 27. Early Vote Center applicants have additional vetting as potential County employees and are especially encouraged to apply immediately. These workers will receive three weeks of training to operate the seven full-service facilities around the county. Previous clerical experience is required for Early Vote Center workers. For more information about Early Voting Center positions, contact the Registrar of Voters’ Office at 1-408-918-9140.

Election Officers who speak one of the following languages, please call: 1-408-282-3095 (Spanish) 1-408-282-3082 (Vietnamese) 1-408-282-3086 (Chinese) 1-408-282-3089 (Tagalog) 1-408-282-3199 (Hindi) 1-408-282-3143 (Korean)


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