Election 2020: Dozens of Mass. communities in need of poll workers

Election 2020: Dozens of Mass. communities in need of poll workers

BOSTON — There are still dozens of communities in Massachusetts in need of poll workers for Election Day.

According to the Secretary of State, teens as young as 16 can register and staff a polling place with supervision.

This year, there will be extra help needed sanitizing booths and monitoring social distancing.

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Towns in need of poll workers:

Essex County: Gloucester, Haverhill, Lawrence, Saugus

Hampden County: Springfield, Wales, West Springfield, Westfield

Hampshire County: Huntington, Pelham

Middlesex County: Lowell, Pepperell, Shirley, Stoneham, Townsend, Watertown, Wayland

Norfolk County: Walpole

Plymouth County: Brockton, Plymouth, Wareham

Suffolk County: Revere, Winthrop

Worcester County: Ashburnham, Athol, Worcester

Click here to see contact information for the towns needing help, plus the requirements for volunteering.

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