IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. – With the next elections on the horizon, the Dickinson County Clerk’s office is hosting an election worker training on Jan. 26.
The sessions will be held at Bay College West Campus and will be comprised of two events. The resulting certification will be valid for two years and is accepted at polling stations across Michigan.
Dickinson County Clerk Carol Bronczyk stated that working an election can help strengthen a citizen’s trust in the democratic process.
“A lot of people are doubtful about the elections because of everything that happened with the 2020 election and a lot of people I’ve spoken to that had doubts, once they became a worker and saw how it worked, their doubts went away they can see how it works,” said Bronczyk.
Residents who are interested in signing up can visit or call the Dickinson County Clerk’s office.
— with files from uppermichiganssource.com