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Election Judges

 

 

ATTENTION CURRENT ELECTION JUDGES!!!

If you are interested in working during Early Voting for the 2016 Presidential Primary Election, please click on the following link and complete the form to let us know your position and availability.

Early Voting Availability (coming soon)


 We Still Need More Election Judges! 

To become a paid Election Judge you must be a registered voter in the state of Maryland. You may call the Board of Elections for consideration. You must be available to work at least a 16 hour day and read, write, speak, and understand the English language. You must attend a mandatory training session and be willing to follow instructions concerning election laws and the overall duties of staffing a polling place.

If you would like to serve as an Election Judge, or you would like more information, contact us at 410-313-5820.

Ask for Kim Phillips or Teresa Womble. 

We Need You

The Howard County Board of Elections is seeking motivated people, who can endure long hours (6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.), to work as Election Judges for the upcoming 2016 Presidential Primary and General elections. You can earn $165 as a Check-in, Voting Unit, Provisional or Greeting Judge or $220 as a Chief Judge, per election. An additional $45 (for New Chief Judges),  $30 (for all other New Judges) and  $30 (for all returning Election Judges) will be compensated for attending a mandatory training session prior to the 2016 Presidential General Election. 
 


To view a complete list of Election Judge requirements and descriptions of duties click here 

Register Online to be an Election Judge for 2016 by clicking here (coming soon)

Sign Up for 2016 Election Judges Training by clicking here (coming soon)

For 2016 Election Judges Manual Click here (coming soon) 

For 2016 Election Judges Early Voting Supplement Click here (coming soon) 

 

 

2016 Election Judges Self-Assessment Quizzes and Training Videos (coming soon)


 

The dates of the elections are as follows: 

Primary Election - Tuesday April 5, 2016 

General Election - Tuesday November 8, 2016
 

  

Updated: 11/13/2014

 

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