Aftermath Election 2002
July 03, 2004
Be A Poll Worker In Your Town

One issue that seems to arise every election is a shortage of poll workers. Lack of poll workers seems to translate into lack of ballots being distributed and/or counted properly and, ultimately, voter disenfranchisement is the result.

After the 2002 Election, I was determined to be more involved in this year's election by participating as a Poll Worker. I encourage you to do the same.

Also, if you speak another language besides English, you could be a big help as an interpreter.

I did a search on "poll workers san francisco" and found my local Department of Elections. The page gave me a phone number to call for more information. The recording at the number said that first-timers should come by City Hall in person in August. So that's what I'll do.

Posted by Lisa at July 03, 2004 04:45 PM | TrackBack
Me A to Z (A Work In Progress)

hey lisa,

what do you think about kerry? imo bush is not the problem, the military-industrial complex is the problem, and kerry is just another stooge. he's going to 'keep 95%' of the patriot act. that's bad.

if we we accept kerry, we're accepting big brother.

i'd say it's time for another boston tea party, eh

Posted by: ben on July 12, 2004 07:16 PM
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