Cover Story - October 12, 2011

Students serve as election officers

Woodside High School students are among the 268 students who have joined the democracyLive! program to become student election offers in the upcoming county elections on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

The students, who have completed mandatory training classes held at their school, will carry out all the normal responsibilities of an election officer on Nov. 8. They will each receive a $100 stipend after serving the required 15 hours or more or election day.


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