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Old 08-12-2018, 09:38 AM   #1
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I am looking to hire 2 Bilingual Clerks

To work on August 25 2018 at the Lone Star College Cypress Center located at 19710 Clay Road Katy, TX 77449 Time 7am to 7pm. Pay $10 hour.

My name is Nicah Anderson I am the Presiding Judge (Precinct 0521) for the Harris County Flood Control, Bond Election, on August 25, 2018. I need Individuals who speak and read Spanish, Vietnamese in addition to English. Please contact me at 832-745-6539 if you meet the below requirements and would like work as a Bilingual Clerk. All applicants 18 and up must be a qualified voter of Harris County. The following CANNOT serve as a clerk:
1 A public officer - a person who holds an elective public office
2. A candidate for office that is being voted on Election Day.
3. An employee or relative of a candidate
4. A campaign treasurer
5. A campaign manager
6. A person convicted of an election offense (TEC 32.0552)

Age 16 and over.
To qualify as a student election clerk, the student must:
•Be at least 16 years old on Election Day;
•Be enrolled in a public, private, or qualified home school;
•Be a U.S. citizen;
•Have consent of his/her parent or legal guardian to work the election;
•Have consent of his/her school principal (or parent/legal guardian for home-schooled students); and
•Complete any required election worker training program

Working under the supervision of the judge, student election clerks may assist with the following duties:
•Organizing the polling place before the polls open.
•Ensuring that qualified voters are permitted to vote.
•Checking in and processing voters.
•Distributing ballots to registered voters.
•Providing instructions and assistance to voters.
•Answering voters’ questions.
•Explaining the use of the voting equipment.
•Maintaining order in the polling place on Election Day.
•Obtaining results after the polls are closed and closing the polling place.

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