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Voting Policy

Voting Leave

A non-exempt employee may take up to two (2) hours of paid leave at the beginning or end of a workday to vote in local, state, or national general elections or primaries and any additional time off that is taken for this purpose is without pay. To be eligible, an employee must be scheduled to work at least eight (8) hours that day and not have enough time to vote outside of the employee’s normal working hours. Voting leave is not considered time worked for purposes of computing overtime pay for non-exempt employees. Employees who know or have reason to believe that time off to vote will be necessary must inform their supervisors as soon as possible and no later than two (2) working days before Election Day.

PPSM-2-210, p. 38.

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