Early Voting Chiefs (EVCHF) work under the direction and supervision of the Center Manager and are responsible for managing the other early voting workers, assisting voters and completing the forms and documents.  Two Early Voting Chiefs are assigned per day to each early voting center.


  • In conjunction with a co-chief, oversee the operation of an early voting center including daily opening and closing activities
  • Ensure a calm, pleasant voting experience for voters while making certain all procedures are followed and the integrity of the election is preserved
  • Complete, review and certify daily reports and documentation
  • Prior service as a Chief Election Judge
  • Completed training for the current election
  • Willing to serve where assigned regardless of the distance from home
  • Attend a pre-election meeting/set-up on the evening prior to the start of early voting
  • Minimum age - 18 years
  • Must commit to working election day and a minimum of two early voting days
Early Voting Payment: $320.00                                     Training Payment:     $0.00
* Election Workers who previously served as an Election Judge will receive a $100.00 bonus for each Election Day and/or each Early Voting Day served during the 2024 elections.
Early Voting Hours:  Primary Election 6:00 am - 9:00 pm
                                    General Election 6:00 am - 9:00 pm