Be an Election Judge

Register to vote, find your voting location or view sample ballots.

Election Judges serve our community in the polling places on election day. The City of Shorewood needs people for this vital work and will pay you. See what is required of an election judge, qualifications and opportunities for high school students age 16 and 17 to be student election judges.

Qualified individuals interested in being a Shorewood election judge can submit the Election Judge Application to the city. Required paid training is provided in June or July for the August Primary and October or November for the General Election.

Schedule options

Full-day (6 a.m. to approximately 9 p.m.)
Half-day shifts are available (6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.).

Election Judge assignments are made by the city clerk. For further information, call 952.960.7900.

Related Links

  • Precinct Caucuses
  • Early Voting Application
  • Register to Vote
  • 2018 Elections
  • 2018 Caucus

Sources for Candidate Information
Local Newspapers:
Sun Sailor
Lakeshore Weekly News
Star Tribune

Minnesota e-Democracy

MN League of Women Voters

The LWV also sponsors non-partisan candidate forums and debates; for more information, contact the League of Women Voters at 651.224.5445.

Important Contacts
City of Shorewood Elections

Hennepin County Elections

Secretary of State Elections

MN League of Women Voters

South Tonka LWV
Contact South Tonka LWV