LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Kentucky's primary election happens Tuesday, May 22, and there is a shortage of poll workers.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes issued a call for workers on Monday.
The state needs a total of 15,000 poll workers. They are compensated. Click or tap here to learn more about how to sign up.
To become a poll worker, one must be registered to vote, and cannot be a candidate or have a spouse or relative who's on the ballot.
All poll workers must attend a training session before election day.
Workers are paid at least $10 for the training, and at least $60 on election day.
People can sign up until Wednesday evening.