Travis County Needs Election Day Workers

Staff needed for Tuesday run-off

Okay, the lines probably won't be like this, but Travis County could still use your help.
Okay, the lines probably won't be like this, but Travis County could still use your help. (photo by Lee Nichols)

Travis County needs more help with Tuesday's run-off elections. And it pays! Press release below:

Travis County Clerk Issues Call for Election Workers

Austin —Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir said today that her office needs election workers to conduct the Joint Primary Runoff Elections that will be held Tuesday, April 13.

“Finding workers for this Tuesday runoff election is challenging,” DeBeauvoir said. “We still need 100 more workers for precincts across the county.”

DeBeauvoir said that clerks who worked in the Primary election are not required to take additional training.

“As we head into this weekend, we hope some civic-minded voters will step up to help us complete this election cycle,” DeBeauvoir said.

Workers are paid $8.50 for their work on Election Day. A person must be a registered voter of Travis County to be eligible to work.

For further information, prospective workers should contact the Travis County Clerk’s Elections Division at 854-4996.

Precincts still needing workers include the following:

Pct. Location

149 Reiley Elementary School

152 Maplewood Elementary School

237 Highland Park Elementary

241 Brentwood Elementary School

256 Casis Elementary School

258 McBee Elementary School

274/272 First English Lutheran Church

302 Bailey Middle School

308 Briarcliff POA Community Ctr

310 Menchaca Elementary School

314 St. Christopher's Episcopal Church

317 Eanes ISD Admin. Building

321 Jackie's Performing Arts School

326 Laurel Mountain Elementary

328 Renaissance Retirement Center

331 Kathy Caraway Elementary School

334 Spicewood Elementary School

335 Canyon Vista Middle School

336 Hallmark Baptist Church

338 Travis County WCID #18

Pct. Location

339 Western Hills Church of Christ

342 Barton Hills Elementary School

349 ACC Pinnacle Campus

350 Cowan Elementary School

351 Small Middle School

361 West Rural Community Ctr

362 Will Hampton Branch Public Library

364/330 Valley View Elementary School

366 Mills Elementary School

374 Deer Creek Elementary School

375 Volente Firehouse and City Hall

377 Shepard of the Hills Christian Church

378 Austin Christian Fellowship

403 Creedmoor Elementary School

409/430 Galindo Elementary School

410 Science and Health Resource Ctr

423/407 Montopolis School Recreation Ctr

455 Cunningham Elementary School

463/411 Williams Elementary

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