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City Looking to Hire Poll Workers for Upcoming Elections

Poll workers.

With three special elections coming up this spring, the city of Boston is looking to hire extra people to serve as poll workers, especially residents who are bilingual, the city announced this week.

There are upcoming special elections for the U.S. Senate, the First Suffolk Senatorial District and the Eight Suffolk Representative District on April 30, May 28 and June 25, and the city has 254 precincts in all that need to be staffed for each one. 

Available positions include wardens, clerks and inspectors. The stipend is $ 135 to $ 175 for a full day (6 a.m. to 9 p.m.) or $ 9 an hour for a half-day shift. 

Responsibilities include assisting with preparing the voting location for opening, hanging signs, counting ballots, checking in voters and more. You must be a registered voter to apply. 

For an application or more information, contact 617-635-4491 or email:election@cityofboston.gov, or see the city’s elections website read more

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - April 2, 2013 at 3:14 pm

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House Looking to Crack Down on Sex Offender Crimes with Online Database

Rep. Bradley Jones.

The recent state auditor report revealing that a large number of sex offenders live at addresses registered as childcare facilities has added fuel to the effort on Beacon Hill to publicize the names of all those who’ve committed sex crimes.

“The auditor’s recent findings should serve as a catalyst to pass targeted legislation which protects the Commonwealth’s citizens from dangerous sex offenders,” House Minority Leader Bradley H. Jones Jr. (R-North Reading) said in a statement Wednesday. “The report published today is an unfortunate example of why comprehensive sex offender legislation I filed will, in part, open the lines of communication between the Department of Early Education and Care and the Sex Offender Registry Board.”  

Jones’ bill is one of three now in the House that propose changing state law to make the names of lower-level offenders available either online or at a police department. Currently, only the names of Level 3 offenders, who are deemed by the registry board to be the most likely to reoffend, are public information. read more

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - March 31, 2013 at 1:38 pm

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