Help us find Election Judges for 2020
After a preliminary survey, there is anticipation of a shortfall of election judges this year.
Teton County Clerk's office is requesting a list of 20 people from each party who are willing to serve for the next two years as election judges. Some people will be appointed as election judges and some will be listed as "alternates" who would serve in the case of a election judge vacancy.
The 2020 Elections will be held in the same manner as the past, along with significant COVID-19 related changes, but everything relies on registered voters who are willing to serve as election judges - either as an election judge at a vote center or as a member of the absentee counting board.
For those who are interested, here is a link to the Election Judge Website that answers general questions about serving as an election judge. This is a PAID position and you will be asked to work on August 18 and November 3 (Primary Day and Election Day).
Please email a list of interested people by Tuesday, May 19th to Alex Muromcew at email@example.com.