Election Judges Needed

In the upcoming April 2nd General Municipal Election in St. Louis County, voters will be choosing candidates and deciding on ballot issues for various public entities. Election Judges and Student Election Judges are needed to administer such elections in Missouri.

The St. Louis County Election Board is currently accepting applications for people who are interested in serving as Election Judges for the April 2, 2024, General Municipal Election. Additionally, the Election Board has an excellent High School Student program that gives students an opportunity to work with veteran Election Judges, providing hands on experience in learning how elections are conducted.
Election Judges play a pivotal role in making it possible for citizens to exercise their right to vote on Election Day at over 200 polling places across St. Louis County. Election Judges set up and operate the voting equipment, arrange the polling place, check in voters, and secure the ballots for collection at the Election Board.

Election Judges are awarded a financial stipend of at least $250 for their service. Students may receive a stipend of $170, or earn 16 community service hours. Serving as an Election Judge gives citizens a chance to perform an important civic duty and allows them to actively participate in
their community.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming an Election Judge, contact Jim McHugh at (314) 615-1858 or jmchugh@stlouiscountymo.gov. To apply today, visit www.vote4stlco.com/pollaccess.