This survey does not assure an appointment as an Election Judge. If appointed, you will receive additional information at a later date.

Questions? Contact ElectionJudge@adcogov.org

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Additional Information

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* 3. Computer Skill Level

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* 4. Election Judge Positions and Availability
Please select your availability then read the election judge position descriptions below and pick your top three choices.

Must commit to full period of time and extended hours as needed. Commitment dates differ on job positions. Working date range is below by position description.

Mail Ballot Operations (Brighton, CO)
 Coordinated Election: October 14th - November 8th

Signature Verification-Tier 1 (Computer skill level 2)
-Verify voter signatures
-Must have basic computer skills
-Other duties as assigned
-Ballot volume received dictates the number of hours worked
-Party affiliation required - Democratic or Republican
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Sitting  in front of a computer for long periods of time

Signature Verification-Tier 2 (Computer Skill Level 3)
-Research challenged voter signatures
-Must have advanced computer skills
-Other duties as assigned
-Party affiliation required - Democratic or Republican
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Sitting  in front of a computer for long periods of time

OPEX Operator (Computer Skill Level 2)
-Operator of mail ballot opening equipment
-Must have basic computer skills
-Must have good hand-eye coordination
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Sitting for long periods of time

Ballot Removal (No Computer Skill Req.)
-Physical separation of mail ballot packets
-Ability to focus with attention to detail
-May be assigned to adjudication, duplication or auditing
-Basic math and organizational skills
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Sitting for long periods of time

Ballot Scanning (Computer Skill Level 3)
-Scan ballots for tabulation
-Must have advanced computer skills
-Basic math and organizational skills
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day

Healthcare Facility (HCF) Judge County vehicle provided (No Computer Skill Req.)
-Must commit to full period of time: October 14th – November 6th
-Deliver ballots to healthcare facility residents as scheduled
-Assist voters as needed by reading ballot or marking ballot, or both
-Pleasant, personable, and professional characteristics required
-Attentive and diligent in ballot handling
-Need valid Driver License
-On your feet for long periods of time
Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC)
(Various locations)
Coordinated Election: October 10th - November 6th

War Room (Computer skill level 3)(Past election experience preferred)
-Attend all training classes for VSPC election judges
-Track and answer troubleshooting questions
-Assist with daily and nightly VSPC balancing
-Other duties as assigned
-High stress room and will work extended hours

Supervisor Judge (Computer Skill Level 3) (Computer literacy test required if new)
-Oversees all aspects of the VSPC set-up, processes and takedown
-Issues Provisional Ballots
-Assists with Election Watchers and any other VSPC guests
-Fills in for other positions during breaks and lunches
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Leadership qualities
-Attend a computer training class, a greeter/exit class, supervisor class and a simulation training

Troubleshooter Judge (Computer Skill Level 3)(Computer literacy test required if new)
-Assists the Supervisor with the VSPC set-up and takedown
-Oversees the use of ADA touch screen voting machines
-Oversees the VSPC in the absence of the Supervisor Judge
-Fills in for other positions during breaks and lunches
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Attend a computer training class, a greeter/exit class, supervisor class and a simulation training

VSPC Computer Judge/Ballot Judge (Computer Skill Level 3)(Computer literacy test required if new)
-Assists voters with voter registration, updating existing registration, giving vote credit, and replacing a       voter’s mail ballot via a computer
-Strong computer skills, accurate data entry and attention to detail
-Responsible for ballot inventory and daily balancing
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day
-Attend a computer training class and a simulation training class
-Confirm correct ballot type and mark the Statement of Ballots

Greeter & Exit Judge (No Computer Skill Req.)
-Must be pleasant, personable, and professional
-Must quickly assess the voter’s needs
-Provides appropriate forms
-Guides voters to next steps in the voting process
-Oversees voters dropping off mail ballots, In-Person and Provisional Ballots in the ballot box
-Responsible for maintaining ballot box chain of custody
-Distributes “I Voted” stickers
-Able to work 14+ hours Election Day

Ballot Judge (Computer Skill Level 3) (Computer literacy test required if new)
-Retrieving ballots from a printer
- Returning ballots to computer judge
- Verifying correct ballot style
- Filling signature cards
Operations & Technology (Brighton, CO)
Coordinated Election: October 14th - November 7th

Agilis Assistant (No Computer Skill Req.)
-Ability to spend a long time on feet
-Ability to lift 25 lbs
-Heavy eye hand coordination
-Must have good hand-eye coordination
-Basic math and organizational skills
-Heavy repetitive hand wrist and arm motions

Ballot Security Team (Computer Skill Level 1)
-Transport and track ballot boxes to and from VSPCs
-Pick up mail ballots from the 24-hour Drop Boxes
-Deliver supplies to VSPCs, as needed
-Need valid Driver License
-Ability to lift up to 50lbs/stand for extended periods of time/ability to get in and out of vehicles routinely

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* 8. Additional Comments:

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* 9. Where did you hear about this opportunity?

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* 10. To work as an election judge we are required to conduct a background check.  Are you willing to have a background check performed?

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