Get more details and ask questions about being an election worker in our area by joining this Wednesday, August 12, 2020 webinar at 2pm. Dianna Moorman, the Director of Elections for James City County, will join this webinar sponsored by the Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists, and a local election officer will also share his experiences.
For the first time ever, Election Day (November 3, 2020) is now a holiday in Virginia, so maybe you’ll be available to serve when you weren’t in the past. It’s a helpful service to the county and local voters, and you get paid for your work. Check out the official information from James City County.
To serve, you need to be a
– registered voter in Virginia
– Willing to work the entire day on Election Day, starting at 5am at your assigned polling location and staying until results are counted, usually around 8pm
– Interested in helping voters in our area have a pleasant voting experience