Are election judges paid?
Yes, election judges are paid an hourly wage. State law allows time off from work without loss of wages to serve as an election judge with 20 days prior notice to the employer. The City Clerk can provide an employer's notification letter to persons to use with their employer. Judges work at either or both the Primary election and General election.

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1. What are election judges?
2. What are some of the duties of election judges?
3. Who is eligible to be an election judge?
4. What are student election judges?
5. Are election judges paid?
6. How are judges selected?
7. How are election judges trained?
8. How can I become an election judge?