Older Americans, especially retirees, have been the ones to take charge of polling places during elections. But because of COVID, that’s changing.
During a typical election, 58 percent of the poll workers are over 61, and 72 percent are over 70. Because older Americans have a higher risk of contracting COVID, they’re cancelling plans to work the polls. But the good news is, younger people are taking over.
Jack & Carolyn talked about this on the Morning Breeze. Listen here: