How can I serve as an election judge?

The city hires election workers to assist with each election.  If selected, you'll be placed in one of four polling locations to ensure every eligible ballot is cast and counted. You'll verify voter eligibility, assist with voter registration, distribute ballots, and certify results. Election workers are paid $13 – $15 per hour.  Apply to serve as an election judge.

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1. Can I vote early if I'm not a registered voter?
2. What is the Presidential Nomination Primary (PNP)?
3. What happens after my absentee ballot is returned?
4. How can I serve as an election judge?
5. Can I place my absentee ballot directly into a ballot counter at city hall?
6. Where can I return my voted ballot I received through the mail?
7. How do I know if my absentee ballot has been counted?
8. Where can I return a voted ballot for someone else?
9. I already completed and submitted an absentee ballot, can I change my vote?
10. Who should I contact?