Monday, September 10, 2012

Help with the 2012 elections as a Voter Accessibility Guide

The DC Office of Disability Rights (ODR) and the DC Board of Elections and Ethics (BOEE) are looking for DC residents to work on Election Day―Tuesday, November 6―as Voter Accessibility Guides.   Guides provide voting assistance and support at assigned polling locations if needed by people with disabilities.

Guides must attend attend a four-hour training prior to Election Day and work a seven-hour shift on Election Day.   A stipend of $100 will be given upon completion of service.

More information about becoming a Voter Accessibility Guide is in this flier (PDF).   Apply on the BOEE website.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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