To become a paid Election Judge you must be a registered voter in the State of Maryland. Democrat and Republican voters accepted first. If the total number of Democrat and Republican Judges cannot be fulfilled, we will then consider Unaffiliated voters to meet our quota needed. You may call the Board of Elections for consideration.
- You must be a registered voter in Maryland.
- You must be able to withstand at least a 15-hour day of work and read, write, speak and understand the English language.
- You must attend a mandatory training session and be willing to follow instructions concerning election laws and the overall duties of staffing a polling place.
We Need You!
The Baltimore County Board of Elections is seeking motivated people, who can endure long hours (6 a.m. to 10 p.m.), to work as Election Judges for the upcoming 2012 elections. You can make $162.50 as an Election Judge or $225 as a Chief Judge, per election. An additional $40 will be compensated for attending a mandatory training session prior to the Election. To receive the $40 compensation the attendee must work the assigned day or days of election.
Dates of the Elections
- June 24, 2014
- November 4, 2014
If you would like to serve as an Election Judge, or you would like more information, contact us at 410-887-0982 or by using this online form. Our fax number is 410-832-8486.
2014 Election Judge Training Registration
ONLY Judges who have been assigned to work during the Primary Election on June 24, 2014 may register for a training class.
The letter you received indicates your judge position and your password which is required to register for a training class.
To register, click below on your judge position title listed under the training location of your choice. If you have questions, please call 410-887-0982.
Oregon Ridge Park Lodge (Cockeysville)
Sollers Point Multi-Purpose Center (Dundalk)
Back River Community Center (Essex)
Bloomsbury Community Center (Catonsville)
Revised February 5, 2014