Both San Diego and Ventura Counties are struggling to find enough bilingual poll workers. San Diego County had agreed to hire 900 Spanish-speaking bilingual poll workers for the November 2nd election but they are far short of meeting that goal. Ventura County adopted plans to offer bilingual county workers a full day’s pay as and up to $90 for poll duty. In essence, county employees would do their regular government job and receive a small bonus for their bilingual skills. San Diego may want to do the same.