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Election Judge Application

  1. Eligibility (Minnesota Statute 240B.19)
    Election judges must be:
    1) able to read, write and speak in English
    2) appointed by the appointed authority (county, city, township or school board)
    3) eligible voter (U.S. Citizen, 18 years of age or older; Minnesota resident for at least 20 days; maintain residence at an address listed)
    4) trained and currently certified as an election judge
  2. Your Home Precinct*
  3. I will work as an election judge for (Check all that apply)*
  4. March 5 - Presidential Nomination Primary

    Please choose the shift that works best for you.

  5. April 30 - Special Primary

    Please choose the shift that works best for you.

  6. May 14 - Special General

    Please choose the shift that works best for you.

  7. August 13 - Primary

    Please choose the shift that works best for you.

  8. November 5 - General

    Please choose the shift that works best for you.

  9. SPECIALIZED PAID POSITIONS

    Please select positions you are interested in. 

    Head Judges & Assistant Head Judges are required to work the entire shift on Election Day.

    Absentee Ballot Board Members requires an availability to work on-call or as-needed typically between 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

    Absentee Ballot Clerks requires a varied schedule with hours to be worked during City Hall business hours. 

    Please note, training is also included with these select positions.

  10. ABSENTEE BALLOT CLERK OR BOARD AVAILABILITY

    This is a paid position. The shift varies during the Absentee Ballot Period.  Please note the Absentee Ballot Clerks work hours vary between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at City Hall.  These positions work with City Staff through out the AB period.   In addition, Absentee Ballot Clerks have the opportunity to work the weekend before Election days. 

  11. Additional Availiability Information
  12. Party Affiliation

    Minnesota Law defines “Member of a Major Political Party” as a person who: - Supports the general principles of a political party as stated in that party’s constitution - Voted for a majority of that party’s candidates in the last General Election - Intends to vote for a majority of that party’s candidates in the next General Election.

  13. Please indicate your political party affiliation.*

    Individuals applying to be election judges need to declare their party affiliation, if they are affiliated with a major party. State Law requires that no more than half of the judges in a precinct may be from the same party; and judges from two different major political parties are required to perform certain election duties. 


  14. Electronic Signature Agreement

    By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.

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