Osceola County seeking bilingual election workers

Those interested can fill out an application online

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – Osceola County Supervisor of Elections Mary Jane Arrington is looking to hire additional bilingual workers ahead of the November election.

According to Osceola election officials, the county currently has 251,001 registered voters with 122,544 identifying as Hispanic, and the county is in need of more workers to accommodate all residents.

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“In recent years, Osceola County has experienced a tremendous growth. Our goal is to serve all voters and facilitate a smooth voting experience; for that to take place, we need the help of committed election workers,” Arrington said in a statement.

Those interested in becoming election workers are encouraged to fill out an application at the supervisor of elections website or call 407-742-6000.

For more information, click here or call the number listed above.

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