Los Angeles County needs to find a few thousand new poll workers to help conduct the primary election on June 3. Warning: It's a long day with modest pay.
A poll worker's day starts at 6 a.m., setting up a polling place that might — or might not — be in your neighborhood. Poll workers stay til 9 p.m., an hour after the polls close. They work with a polling place supervisor to make sure all the ballots are accounted for.
The pay for that long day's work? Up to $175. The county provides training.