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    How much do the people get paid that count votes?

    Must be stressed

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    8 dollars an hour

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincinnatikid513 View Post
    8 dollars an hour
    No wonder it takes so long in democrat cities

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakerboy View Post
    No wonder it takes so long in democrat cities
    i was just guessing, it could be 10 dollars an hour

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    How much do poll workers get paid in each state?

    The method varies between states with some setting a minimum hourly wage and others opting for daily compensation, but the local authorities can, and often do, pay more to ensure they get enough staff.
    Of the states to offer a daily stipend to poll workers, 13 of them have a minimum amount of less than $100 a day:

    • Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virginia

    Another seven areas (five states and two territories) guarantee poll workers a minimum daily stipend of at least $100 a day:

    • Guam, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Virgin Islands

    In eleven states poll workers are entitled to be paid at the state or federal minimum wage or higher, on an hourly basis:

    • Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Wyoming

    Three states have designated a specific hourly wage that differs from the minimum wage:

    • Alaska, Missouri, North Dakota

    And poll workers in the remaining states and one territory are not bound by a state-defined minimum wage or daily stipend, leaving the decision of payment entirely in the hands of local election officials:

    • American Samoa, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin

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    They get to hang with hunter and do lines with him. So they are paid in cocaine

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    Florida and Texas pays more per republican vote you find. Explains the margin.

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    Based on performance. They pay $10 per hour

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    Big Mac Meal Supersized once per hour.

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    Sure some of these workers that count votes got a big increase in pay to rig this election for Biden. Those clowns that counted 100,000 straight votes for Biden at around 2 am in Wisconsin probably got a big bonus.

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    Too much. How slow can you be.

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    depends on the state, but some states have HUGH bonuses for every ballot you can harvest

    for some aldermanic votes here in chicago in certain contested wards you can get upwards of $40 dollars for every living or dead vote you can bring in.

    for presidential elections my buddies in Michigan tell me they knew people near detroit that were getting paid 50 bucks per mail in ballot.

    guys were just going around mailboxes daily with fake post office uniforms and checking accessible mailboxes for for ballots that were just delivered but not picked up yet.



    i'm not sure what the people they did with the ballots, i'm assuming they just corrected them and gave them back to the rightful owners/voters

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiggityDaggityDo View Post
    How much do poll workers get paid in each state?

    The method varies between states with some setting a minimum hourly wage and others opting for daily compensation, but the local authorities can, and often do, pay more to ensure they get enough staff.
    Of the states to offer a daily stipend to poll workers, 13 of them have a minimum amount of less than $100 a day:

    • Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Virginia

    Another seven areas (five states and two territories) guarantee poll workers a minimum daily stipend of at least $100 a day:

    • Guam, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Virgin Islands

    In eleven states poll workers are entitled to be paid at the state or federal minimum wage or higher, on an hourly basis:

    • Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, Wyoming

    Three states have designated a specific hourly wage that differs from the minimum wage:

    • Alaska, Missouri, North Dakota

    And poll workers in the remaining states and one territory are not bound by a state-defined minimum wage or daily stipend, leaving the decision of payment entirely in the hands of local election officials:

    • American Samoa, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin

    pick up government contracts start small. The paperwork is a biatch but where else can you make $500 h/r for painting fire hydrants

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    not enough

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