Northeast News

July 14, 2016

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – With less than a month remaining until the August 2 elections, the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners is still looking for additional poll workers.

The KCEB issued a press release on Thursday, July 14, indicating that they are seeking 300 additional poll workers between the upcoming August and November elections. If interested and willing to attend one training session prior to election day, workers can earn $180 or more for their services.

Election workers must meet some specific requirements to serve, so if you’re interested, don’t hesitate to visit to learn more, or to fill out an online application. In addition to being a valuable and rewarding civic experience, you could also earn some extra money.

In order to speak with a supervisor about becoming an election worker, contact Deborah Sams at or Wesley Barnes at Prospective election workers can also call KCEB directly at (816) 842-4820.