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Election Day
  • Poll checkers keep track of who has voted at the pools and feeds that information back to the precinct Election Day Team so they will know who they still need to encourage to vote.

 

  • If there will be official poll checkers, find out how you can periodically get an updated list for your precinct on Election Day.

 

  • If not, find out if you can have your own precinct volunteers at the polls, checking  who votes and feeding you updated lists.

 

  • Some state laws require voter turnout totals be posted by election judge on polling place doors every two hours from 9:30 a.m. until 5:50 p.m.

 

  • Provide transportation for voters who need it

 

  • If a Mail-in ballot was not mailed in, the voter may opt to vote in person by returning the ballot to the Election Judge.

 

  • Consider having some volunteers work as election judge or clerk at polling place on Election Day to prevent voter intimidation and ensure all votes are counted.

 

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