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In Alabama, the minimum compensation for poll workers is $50, which increases by $25 per training day, and an extra $25 if you’re a returning officer or clerk.COVID has created a shortage of poll workers. Here’s how to step in.|Sandra Gutierrez G.|October 1, 2020|Popular-Science
In Germany, an independent federal returning officer oversees a complex state and federal voting system.America's Disgraceful Voting System|David Frum|November 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A Returning Officer can only deal with objections arising out of the nomination paper.The Master of Mrs. Chilvers|Jerome K. Jerome
The counting was most exciting; we kept side by side all the time, and at the close the Returning Officer declared we had tied.
He spoke of the Acting Returning Officer as a most impartial, kind, and painstaking officer.
The returning officer sits in an outer room, beyond which is an inner chamber with only one door, but with a desk.
The voter gives his name to the returning officer, and receives a white ticket bearing his number on the register.