Election Judges Needed
The primary and general elections are scheduled for August and November in 2016. The City will need election judges for both dates. If you would like to serve as an election judge, here are the criteria.
Judges must be residents of the City of Buffalo. Training is provided over an afternoon or evening and all judges, even those who have served in prior elections are required to take this training. The training sessions are usually held in the summertime. A commitment to serve both of the dates of the primary and general election is important. The election statutes require that there be a balance of Democrats and Republicans working in each precinct, so prospective judges must prepare to state what party they belong to.
The City encourages that youth are involved and welcomes high school students to serve as election judges in training. Judges are paid $9.50 per hour and are provided meals and snacks on both election days.
If you are interested in serving as a judge at the fall elections, please contact Jennifer Nash at Jennifer.Nash@ci.buffalo.mn.us or 684-5407 by April 30, 2016.
Under Minnesota law, the above data is public information and is accessible to anyone: Veteran’s Status, relevant test scores, rank on eligibility, job history, education and training, and work availability. All other identifiable information is considered private, including, but not limited to your name, home address and phone number and will only be shared with employees and officials of the City of Buffalo. If you are selected, your name will become public information. The information requested on the application is necessary, either to identify you or to assist in determining your suitability for this position. You may legally refuse, but refusal to supply the requested information will mean that your application may not be considered.