If you wish to volunteer to serve as an election judge for the November 6 election, please contact Mike Maday, volunteer coordinator with the El Paso County Democratic Party, and let him know you wish to volunteer. Soon thereafter, contact the County Clerk’s office to sign up, or if you have other question.
To be an election judge, you will need to attend a three hour training session and be prepared to work some 14 hours on election day at one of the 112 polling places in the county. For your effort, you will be paid the handsome sum of $140.
No tryouts, no timed runs, no exams, no performances, no required events (except voting!), no additional reading. Click here to donate
Lots of benefits:
* Sharing democratic views
* Making Colorado Springs a better place to live
* Promoting diversity
* Advancing like-minded candidates
* Supporting jobs and unions
* Having a great time fighting the good fight
“Corporations are people, my friend.” Mitt Romney
Hmmmm…..what the El Paso County Democrats are looking for are actual people, people without elevators or parking spaces. People like you, people willing to donate to the continuing operation of our office and all that our party does locally.
Because we agree with President Obama:
“Corporations Aren’t People, People are People.”