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2022 Election Judge Application

  1. The City of Lakeville is currently looking for judges who are willing to serve at one of our 18 polling locations on Election Day.  At this time we are not recruiting for the absentee ballot board.

  2. Select one:*
  3. I have previously worked as an election judge for the City of Lakeville.*
  4. Shift availability*

    I understand that assisting with closing down the precinct is a part of the election judge responsibilities. This applies to the 16-hour shift and 2-10 p.m. shift.

  5. Political party designation:*
  6. If needed, I am interested in serving as a head judge at one of Lakeville’s precinct locations (Note: 1–2 hour in-person training would be required)
  7. I understand that I can't volunteer for this election and that all election judges will be paid*
  8. Skills/experience/general information
    Election judges perform tasks in the polling place requiring a diverse set of skills. While it is not required that you possess all the skills listed below, this information will be helpful in determining your eligibility for appointment.
  9. Check all that apply:
  10. I understand my contact information will be shared with the head judge of the precinct I am assigned to for the purposes of Election Day setup and information sharing.*
  11. Tennessen Warning*
    The data on this form is necessary to determine your eligibility as an election judge. Some requested data is private. Private data is available to you and the City staff who need this information to perform their duties but is not available to the public. You may choose not to provide some or all private data, but it may limit your ability to participate as an election judge. Checking the box below will serve as your electronic signature.
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  13. This field is not part of the form submission.