The Sedgwick County Election Office is recruiting workers for the November election.
Workers are paid for mandatory training, and for working at Early Voting Centers and on Election Day.
Cross-trained clerks, runners and provisional ballot judges are paid $7.50 an hour. Supervising judges are paid $10 an hour; supervising judges and runners are also paid mileage.
Melissa Schnieders is the deputy election commissioner for Sedgwick County. She said between 600 and 700 workers help with mayoral and school district elections.