The City will seek election judges applicants for its 2021 municipal elections in August 2021. Judges will be needed for six polling places located throughout the City and for two early voting sessions being held at City Hall prior to Election Day.
To be eligible for consideration, interested applicants must be registered to vote in Montgomery County. Residency within the City of Gaithersburg is not required. Attendance at an election judge training session is mandatory.
Judges may work either full or half-day shifts. A full day is from 6:15 a.m. until the closing of the polls. Half-day shifts are available from 6:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 1 p.m. until close of polls.
Shifts for early voting sessions at City Hall are also available. Each early voting session is scheduled for seven hours and will take place on a Saturday & Sunday in October from 9 a.m. until the closing of the polls.
Students, age 16 or older, are allowed to assist our election judges at the polls. The students will not be paid, but SSL hours will be available. Students will also be required to attend election judge training.
Interested applicants should visit the City’s website in August 2021 to obtain an online application.