On November 2, we will recognize the immense importance and work of election administration teams, poll workers, and more across the nation.
They deserve our gratitude.
Due to COVID-19, election workers have had to adapt to be able to deliver for our democracy in the upcoming election. From overcoming an unprecedented poll worker shortage to processing record numbers of absentee ballots, these critical members of our communities have continually adjusted original plans and infrastructure to ensure that voters will be able to cast their ballots safely and successfully in 2020 -- often working upwards of 20 hour days to make this possible.
Join business leaders, elected officials, nonprofits, and
people from around the country in celebrating these
Join business leaders, elected officials, nonprofits, and people from around the country in celebrating these
heroes of our democracy.
Who is an election hero?
County/municipal Election Clerks and Directors
who are responsible for running the day-to-day operations of registration and voting for their election jurisdictions.
Election Office Staff
who are responsible for supporting the work of the election administrator through clerical work, digital support, and much more.
who support the local election staff in administering a smooth voting person on Election Day and during early voting. and will interact with hundreds of voters throughout their work.
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