Early Voting Operations Judge - Provisional (EVVOP-P) is primarily responsible for processing provisional voters.  Located at or near the check-in station, the EVVOP-P assists with checking in regular voters.

Responsibilities:

  • Accurately process provisional voters 
  • Assist with check-in for regular voters
  • Safeguard voted and unvoted provisional ballots
  • Work as a team to close the early voting center and prepare the daily materials and documentation to be returned to the Board of Elections
  • Assist as directed by the Chief Judges (or Center Manager)
Requirements:
 
  • Minimum age - 18 years
  • Completed required election day training
  • Able to speak clearly, listen well and to be friendly and welcoming
  • Able to sit for extended periods of time
  • Able to follow procedures and written and verbal instructions
  • Be willing to serve where assigned regardless of the distance from home
  • If assigned to work on the first day of early voting, attend a pre-election meeting/set-up at your assigned early voting center
  • Must commit to working election day and a minimum of two early votin days


Election Voting Payment (per day): $180.00                                                 Training Payment:   $0.00

Election Voting Hours:  Primary Election 6:00 am - 11:00 pm
                                         General Election 6:00 am - 11:00 pm