When testifying last week before the House Government Affairs committee that was tasked with investigating problems that arose during the June 9 Primary, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger spoke on the need for more poll workers across the state.
In fact, prior to the June election, the Secretary of State’s office had kicked off a campaign to recruit more poll workers, especially in large metro counties. Monday, Raffensperger announced that his office will be continuing the poll-worker recruitment campaign to help grow the number of poll workers for the upcoming Aug. 11 runoff and Nov. 3 general election.
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