Applications are now being accepted for election workers

Dear fellow Hanoverians:

Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier announced today that the Town of
Hanover is recruiting election workers for the upcoming busy March 2020
Presidential Primary and May 2020 Annual Town Election. There are two
positions available: “Inspectors” – the folks who check voters in and out
and attend the ballot boxes all day long, and “Tellers” – the folks who
come in at the end of the day and help to process and count ballots,
especially write-in and overseas ballots.

Next year’s elections will be held on Tuesday, March 3rd and Saturday, May
9, 2020; check your calendar and see if you are free! Training is
mandatory and will be provided ahead of time, too. Election workers are
among the most outstanding people in town – they work hard to ensure
election laws are upheld and procedures are followed, all while having fun
and literally delivering democracy to the residents of Hanover. Join the
team of Hanover election workers – it will be among the most rewarding and
patriotic work you have ever done.

The two employment announcements are posted here:
. The job application is posted here:

Applications will be accepted in the Selectmen’s Office until Monday, July
8th, 2019. For more information about the position, please e-mail Hanover
Town Clerk Catherine Harder-Bernier at . For more information about the
application process, please e-mail Ann Lee at .

For “Around Town on the Web”,
Cathy H-B

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