As we inch closer and closer to Election Day in November, the Ontario County Board of Elections is putting out the word now that they need election inspectors for polling places. Charlie Evangelista is the county’s Democratic Election Commissioner. He tells us the responsibilities an inspector has on Election Day.
If you are interested in becoming an inspector, Charlie says there’s several ways to go about it, including visiting the county’s website.
Training is provided and inspectors are paid 1-HUNDRED dollars for primary elections and 180-dollars for general elections.