City of Duluth seeking election judges

Primary Election Day is just over two weeks away, and the City of Duluth is looking for election judges.

The City says judges are trained to handle all aspects of voting at polling places. Judges must be eligible to vote in Minnesota, and be able to read, write, and speak English. Students ages 16 and 17-years-old can be election judge trainees.

Judges can choose to be a volunteer, or can be compensated for their service. Click here to learn more.

Anyone interested in serving as an election judge should contact the Assistant City Clerk, Alyssa Denham, at or by calling (218)730-5500.

Minnesota’s primary election is set for Tuesday, August 8. Click here to find your polling location, or to register to vote.