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The Colorado State Legislature adopted the Student Election Judges Program in 1999 to involve our high school juniors and seniors in the electoral process. Students can now experience the grass roots, Election Day process and learn as they earn extra money.
Each area high school has a Student Election Judges Program liaison. Your school liaison may be a career counselor or a teacher in the area of social studies, political science, civics, etc. If you do not know your school's liaison, please contact the Elections division, and we can provide you with his/her name and position. Students should obtain application materials from their school liaison. Materials include a student application and permission slip (requiring a parent or legal guardian signature) and a student election judge approval form (requiring the school principal or designated administrator signature). Completed materials must be returned to the school liaison, which will then forward a list of eligible and interested students to the Elections division. Eligible, home-schooled students may contact the Elections division for application materials. The Elections Division will contact appointed students and their parents with additional information, including class times and which polling place they have been assigned to work.
Certain requirements have been established under Colorado Revised Statute 1-6-101(7) (c) to facilitate the Student Election Judges Program. To participate, students must meet the following requirements:
Students must have the approval of their school's principal and/or designated program liaison. For additional information, please contact the Elections division at 303-271-8111, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Information may also be found on the Colorado Secretary of State website.
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