According to Kentucky's Secretary of State, more poll workers are needed for next week's primary election.
Alison Lundergan Grimes says it takes 15,000 poll workers, and this year, there is a shortage. Poll workers must be registered voters, an individual cannot serve if he or she is a candidate, has changed their party affiliation within the last year, or in a precinct where a spouse or an immediate relative is a candidate on the ballot.
Poll workers are paid a minimum of $10 for attending a mandatory training session before election day, and a minimum of $60 per election day, as well as additional payment for mileage.
If you're interested, you can call (502) 782-7402.