Fairfax County is looking for election officers for the Nov. 5 general election.
The Fairfax County Office of Elections needs “hundreds” of officers to serve, according to the county.
Officers will be paid $175 for a full day or they can volunteer their time.
The county recommends that people apply by Oct. 10 for the best chance to receive a precinct assignment.
Registered Virginia voters can sign up online or call 703-324-4735. Before they can work at polling locations, election officers must complete a three-hour training, which will be offered at multiple spots around the county starting Aug. 22.
Bilingual election officers who can fluently speak Korean or Vietnamese, in addition to English, are also needed, especially in Falls Church.
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