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Student Election Judges

Student Election Judge Program

In Colorado, Juniors and Seniors in high school (ages 16 & 17) are able to work at polling places on Election Day as Student Election Judges. This experience exposes students to grassroots democracy in our community. Serving as a Student Election Judge motivates students to become active voters and to serve as regular election judges when they are adults.


Student Election Judges must be:

State statute makes the following provisions:

If you are interested in serving as a Student Election Judge on Election Day, please contact Douglas County Election Judge Coordinator, Jeanette Flonnes, [email protected], to apply.