(1) For each election coordinated by the county clerk and recorder, the county clerk
and recorder shall appoint election judges for each location where election activities
(2) The county clerk and recorder may appoint an election judge to serve in a county
other than the county in which the election judge resides.
(3) If, at the time the county clerk and recorder appoints election judges, the list
of recommended election judges submitted in accordance with section 1-6-102 contains an insufficient number of names for a major political party's share of the
total number of election judges as required in section 1-6-109, the designated election official shall appoint any additional election judges necessary
from among the persons recommended by minor political parties in accordance with section 1-6-103.5 and the unaffiliated voters who have offered to serve as election judges in accordance
with section 1-6-103.7.
(4) For each election coordinated by the county clerk and recorder, the county clerk
and recorder may appoint one or more student election judges that satisfy the requirements
contained in section 1-6-101(7) to serve as an election judge, and shall designate the locations where election activities
are occurring in which the student election judge shall serve based upon the number
of qualified students and vacancies in the number of available positions for election
judges throughout the county.
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