Previous Workshop Materials

In March of 2022, we held a series of workshops via Zoom to help acquaint newly elected Judges & Inspectors with the various responsibilities of the role. 

Recordings from these presentations can be viewed below: 


Poll Worker Basic Roles & Responsibilities: Recommended for Judges & Inspectors

This workshop reviews the duties of each role within a polling location both prior to Election Day & on Election Day.

Click here to view the Presentation for the Poll Worker Basic Roles & Responsibilities Workshop

Click here to view a recording of this workshop.

 The Judge's Box: Opening The Polls: Recommended for Judges & Inspectors

The Judge's Box contains A LOT of envelopes, packages, bags, paperwork, supplies, notepads and booklets. This workshop reviews what paperwork and forms are needed to open your polling location. 

Click here to view the Presentation for The Judge Box Opening The Polls Workshop

Click here to view a recording of this workshop.

 The Judge's Box: Checking In Voters: Recommended for Judges, Inspectors & Clerks

This workshop reviews the items (forms & paperwork) in the Judge's Box that are needed to set up & run the Voter Check in Stations.

Click here to view the Presentation for The Judge Box: Checking In Voters Workshop.

Click here to view a recording of this workshop.  

 Provisional Ballot Process: Recommended for Judges & Inspectors

This workshop explains when & how to issue a Provisional Ballot on Election Day.

Click here to view the Presentation for The Provisional Ballot Process Workshop.

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 The Judge's Box: Closing the Polls: Recommended for Judges & Inspectors

This workshop reviews the items (forms, envelopes & paperwork) in the Judge's Box that are needed to close the polling location. Instructions on how to close the machines will be covered at in-person training in April.

Click here to view the Presentation for The Judge's Box: Closing the Polls Workshop.

Click here to view a recording of the presentation