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An election judge is required by law to be a registered voter in the State of Colorado. You do not need to be a resident of Frederick.
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Judges will work in teams to verify eligibility of ballots received. This involves a great level of attention to detail and the ability to work as a team with others. It is important that the group contains persons with the ability to use a computer to manage the data on an Excel spreadsheet, and to conduct a basic search from a web-based database. The votes will be tallied using machines designed for that purpose. Judges will receive training in operating these machines, but should have the natural aptitude toward operation of business machines in general.
Judges will be required to attend a training session prior to beginning work. This training is tentatively scheduled for March 13, 2024 at a time yet to be determined. Then between the dates of March 14 and April 12, judges will be needed for multiple work shifts. Many of the preliminary shifts can be determined to meet the collective convenience of the group of judges. However, shifts of March 29, April 1, April 2, and April 11 (or 12) will be mandatory. The shifts will generally take place during regular business hours with the exception of Election Day, April 2. That day will begin mid-day and all judges will be required to work into the evening until the count is complete. Depending on many factors, this may extend late into the night.
This role is considered a volunteer position. However the Town will pay you $15.00 per hour for the actual hours worked or attending training.
Interested parties can fill out THIS APPLICATION FORM to be considered to be eligible for an Election Judge for the 2024 election. Apply by the deadline of March 8, 2024