Election Workers: Payroll Reporting and Withholding
Source: Internal Revenue Service
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Each election year, state and local government entities hire temporary workers to conduct primary and general elections. Election workers are subject to unique reporting and withholding requirements and may be coveredby a Section 218 Agreement.
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