Before any votes are taken at any local government election, the election judges shall
make a self-affirmation substantially in the following form:
I, ․․․․, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I am a citizen of the United States and the state
of Colorado; that I am a registered elector in Colorado; that I will perform the
duties of election judge according to law and the best of my ability; that I will
studiously endeavor to prevent fraud, deceit, and abuse in conducting the same; that
I will not try to ascertain how any elector voted, nor will I disclose how any elector
voted if, in the discharge of my duties as judge, such knowledge shall come to me,
unless called upon to disclose the same before some court; and that I will not disclose
the result of the votes until the polls have closed.
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