Young People Fill Gaps Left By Older Poll Workers During Pandemic
Many young people are signing up to be poll workers to help fill the gap left by many older workers, who are opting out due to the pandemic. Lukas Pietrzak is a first-time poll worker in Washington, D.C., and explains his decision to work the polls this election.
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