What is a Precinct Election Official or PEO?
A PEO is an Election Judge. In Ohio an PEO is a registered voter who, on election day, is an official responsible for proper and orderly voting in their assigned precinct/polling location.
What is a Voting Location Manager or VLM?
A VLM is an Election Judge that takes a little more responsibility over his or her precinct and double checks to make sure everything is done accurately and timely.
What are the benefits?
|•||Meet new people|
|•||PEO's earn $121.68 for the day|
|•||VLM's earn $130 for the day plus $25 for black bag pick up|
|•||Paid mandatory training of $10 per hour (1 to 2 hrs.)|
|•||Learn about local government|
|•||A feeling of accomplishment that you've performed a civic duty for your friends, neighbors and community|
What are the requirements for all PEO's in Fairfield County
|•||Must be a U.S. Citizen|
|•||Must be a registered voter in Fairfield County|
|•||Must not have been convicted of a felony|
|•||Cannot be running as or related to a candidate for the election in which you are working|
|•||Cannot have a business with a candidate for the election which you are working|
|•||Must be at least 18 years of age|
|•||Must have transportation to and from the polling place|
|•||Election Day hours: 5am to approx. 8:30pm with lunch break|