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Teen Worker Removed After ‘Inappropriate’ Tweets From O.C. Polling Place

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A teenage poll worker was removed from an Orange County polling place Tuesday after election officials learned she had been tweeting obscenities and taking photos of voters.

The poll worker, identified by election officials as a minor, was working at the Kensington Gardens polling station in Westminster, according to Orange County Voter Registrar Neal Kelley.

Her tweets included what appeared to be a photo of voters at the polling station with a caption that included a well-known expletive (deleted here): “PLEASE SHUT THE … UP BEFORE I THROW THE TABLE.”

“It’s completely inappropriate and she’s being removed,” Kelley told The Times. “They’re trained very clearly that that kind of behavior is unacceptable.”

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