The Clark County Election Department is looking for 350 poll workers for Election Day on Nov. 8.
According to the department in a press release, 100 out of the 350 poll workers should be fluent in Spanish. A select number of employees should also be fluent in Tagalog.
Potential poll workers must be registered to vote in Clark County, able to work long hours (about 14 hours) and perform all the duties required of them on Election Day. Workers must also attend a training class and pass an evaluation. Political candidates and their relatives are not allowed to serve as poll workers.
Workers are paid $120 for working Election Day. Applications are available at www.clarkcountynv.gov/vote.
Currently, about 2,900 people have signed up to be poll workers in Clark County, 500 of which speak Spanish and 150 speak Tagalog.