News Release, St. Mary’s County Public Information Office
Leonardtown, MD – The St. Mary’s County Board of Elections is seeking eligible individuals willing to serve as Election Judges for upcoming elections. Training is provided and participants are compensated.
You are eligible to be an Election Judge if you:
- Are registered to vote in Maryland
- Are 16 years old or older
- Are not a candidate for any public or political party office
- Are detailed oriented and can speak, read and write the English language
- Enjoy meeting people and serving the public
Judges receive $200 per election as well as $30.00 for attending the required training class.
For more information, please call the Elections Office 301 475-4200, ext. 71614 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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