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Election Judges

One of the responsibilities of the St. Mary’s County Board of Elections is the appointment of Election Judges to staff the different polling locations in the county.

In this regard, Election Judges are being sought to work on Election Day in the thirty six (36) precincts throughout St Mary’s County Maryland for the June 24, 2014 and November 4, 2014 Gubernatorial Elections.

Election Judges operate the polling place and are a very important part of the electoral process. Election Judges are the only contact the Election Office has with the general public during voting hours and are responsible for administering the actual voting procedures in each precinct. Without these individuals it would be impossible to conduct an election.

All Election Judges must make sure that qualified voters who are properly registered are able to cast their vote in a trouble-free environment. They represent the entire electoral process and may be the only person a voter has contact with when exercising his or her right to vote. Therefore, the Election Judge must be reliable, courteous, able to follow procedures exactly, and above all, possess good judgment.

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