Due to changes in current California Election Code requirements by the Secretary of State’s office, El Dorado County now falls within the category of being required to provide Spanish- and Tagalog-speaking poll workers at certain polling places within the county.
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The Elections Department has secured the services of enough Tagalog speaking pollworkers in the South Lake Tahoe area but still needs additional English-Spanish-speaking poll workers for the balance of the county on the West Slope.
If you speak Spanish and English fluently, and would like to provide this ability as a poll worker, call Barbara Dockter at the Elections Department at 530-621-7471.
Additional English-speaking poll workers are also still needed for the June 3 primary election and the Nov. 4 general election.