Thursday, October 8, 2015

Judges, inspectors set for election

Montgomery County officials managed to rustle up enough people to put the required number and type of election judges in all of the county's polling places.

Judges, inspectors set for election


In a very brief meeting Monday afternoon,the Montgomery County Board of Elections finished appointing judges to oversee balloting at all 425 polling places for Tuesday's election. 

When the board last met on Thursday, there remained 16 openings for judge of election, 40-plus for majority inspector and some 50 for minority inspectors.

Last week, my Montco Memo blogging buddy Jessica Parks wrote that, "All of the positions are temporary, filling vacancies or retirements.  Long-term inspectors and judges will be voted in on Tuesday's ballots."

For more information on the election, including the location of polling places, visit the county's Voter Services web page by clicking here.

And don't forget to exercise your magnificent right to vote, no matter how large or small the election may be.

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