Not a candidate in the election, and not closely related to a candidate (Election Judges can not be a spouse, parent, child, or sibling of a candidate.)
Not closely related to an election judge in the same precinct (but can serve in another precinct)
Do You Want To?
Earn $9 to $11 per hour?
Get involved in the election process?
Work with the public?
Do something different than the same old run-of-the-mill stuff?
Meet lots of people?
If so, you can be an Election Judge!
What Does This Involve?
A 2-hour training class (generally held in August)
Commitment to the primary election in August
Commitment to the general election in November
Judges must be at the polling place at 6 a.m. on election day and work
until they are finished that evening (usually by 10 p.m.) We would
prefer people who can commit to the entire day, but we will consider
part-time (half-day) help as well.
If you are an Election Judge at a place that is not your polling place, you may vote absentee.
Regular judges are paid $9 per hour. Head or co-head judges are paid $11 per hour.