We need you!
Minneapolis needs election judges to help during the Aug. 9 Primary and the Nov. 8 General Election.
Election judges work in the 132 polling places located throughout the city, making sure every eligible ballot can be cast and counted. Minneapolis needs close to 2,000 election judges to make Election Day happen. Could you be one?
As of Aug. 1, election judges will be paid $13.30 an hour, and can work full or partial shifts. Depending upon your schedule and preferences, you can choose to work either the Primary, General Election, or both, at a polling place close to where you live or anywhere in the city.
If you are a returning election judge, please visit our new election worker portal to indicate you are interested in working again and to update your profile.
For questions about serving as an Election Judge, call (612) 673-3870 or email EJCoordinator@minneapolismn.gov.
State law allows for time off from work without loss of wages (Minnesota Statute 204B.195).
To qualify, you must provide your employer with at least 20 days written notice and the pay rate you will receive to serve as an election judge.
Your employer may:
Contact Minneapolis 311 weekdays 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for election and other city information. From outside city limits, dial 612-673-3000.