Election Judges Needed for June’s Primary Election

Montgomery County’s Board of Elections is seeking registered voters to serve as election judges at polling places for the Gubernatorial Primary Election to be held on June 24.

In accordance with the Election Code, to serve in this paid position on Election Day or during Early Voting, an election judge must be registered to vote in the State of Maryland. They must also be able to speak, read, and write the English language, and while acting as a judge must not hold, or be a candidate for, public or party office. In addition, election judges may not serve as a campaign manager for a candidate or as treasurer for any campaign financial entity.

Election Judges are needed in Districts 6, 7, and 10 which includes Chevy Chase, Bethesda, North Bethesda, Potomac, and Cabin John. Voters registered as Republican or Unaffiliated are especially needed for these areas. Bilingual election judges, particularly in Spanish, and election judge alternates are needed throughout the county. The application process requires both an online quiz and completion of hands-on training. All applicants who are selected for these positions will be compensated at rates that vary based on the position, as advertised at www.777vote.org.

To apply online, or for more information, visit www.777vote.org and select the Election Judges’ link. For other election information, call 240.777.VOTE, visit www.777vote.org or the Maryland State Board of Elections’ website, or follow the Montgomery County Board of Elections on Facebook or Twitter.

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