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Ohio’s new Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is making waves during her first month in office. At a meeting with county election leaders last week, Brunner indicated that she might look into a poll worker draft that would work in the same way courts enlist jurors. She got the idea from the Commission of Federal Election Reform, chaired by Jimmy Carter and James Baker, which made the suggestion in its report on improving American elections following the 2004 election. The cold hard fact is that the country is facing a shortage of poll workers
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

Ohio’s new Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is making waves during her first month in office. At a meeting with county election leaders last week, Brunner indicated that she might look into a poll worker draft that would work in the same way courts enlist jurors. She got the idea from the Commission of Federal Election Reform, chaired by Jimmy Carter and James Baker, which made the suggestion in its report on improving American elections following the 2004 election.

The cold hard fact is that the country is facing a shortage of poll workers