Starting Jan. 1, the minimum wage in unincorporated Boulder County is $15.69/hour.

A partir del 1 de enero, el salario mínimo local en la zona no incorporada del condado de Boulder será de $15.69/hora.

2024 Election Positions

2024 Temporary Election Positions

2024 Short-term Elections Positions

  • Boulder County Elections will begin hiring in January/February for the 2024 Presidential Primary Election.
  • Short-term, election positions (judges and workers) include vote center operations, ballot processing, computer operators, courier, and ballot reception jobs.
  • Work hours and days vary for each position.
  • Some positions run several weeks for a single election; other positions may only require only a 2-3 day commitment.
  • Most positions pay $21.44 per hour.
  • Best of all, you get to be a part of democracy and learn the inside scoop on how our elections are run!
  • Interested? Complete the form below.

Hiring Process Overview

Per statute, for most election positions (judges), please know that our office must first hire from names provided by the Boulder County Party Chairs. We begin hiring judges after we have received recommended judge lists from the local Democratic and Republican party chairs (about 6-8 weeks out from each election). Once we get this information, we send out communications to these groups of people and include a job flyer describing our judge positions and schedule commitments. When these lists are exhausted, we are then able to reach out to others who have expressed interest in working with Boulder County Elections, including then reaching out to unaffiliated and minor party member voters interested in working.

Student Democracy Program

We will be hiring local high school students (ages 16 and 17) to serve as Student Election Judges for the 2024 elections. More information is available at https://bouldercounty.gov/student-democracy-program/

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If you are interested in an elections position, please complete the form below. Please give our office at least a week to be in touch! We must hire from the political party chair lists first. No phone calls please.

Fill out my online form.

Additional Information:

  • No political conversations of any kind allowed with co-workers or voters while working or on break; we are a neutral zone.
  • Boulder County employees including temporary employees are paid on the last business day of the month. A check will be mailed to you.
  • Must complete all paperwork before start date in order to be paid.
  • All employees must join PERA (Public Employees Retirement Association); 9% of your check will go towards PERA. You are welcome to request the money back from PERA after you receive your last paycheck. PERA refund could take 30-90 days.
  • Personal items such as cell phones, purses, backpacks, jackets etc. need to be stored away from your work area while you work.

Contact Us

Elections Division

303-413-7740

303-413-7728 (Fax)

vote@bouldercounty.gov
Boulder County Elections website

7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Thursday
Closed Fridays

Location

Boulder: 1750 33rd St. (main office)
Map and Directions Boulder Location

Longmont: 529 Coffman St.*
Map and Directions Longmont Location

Lafayette: 1755 S. Public Road*
Map and Directions Lafayette Location
* Longmont and Lafayette locations only offer paper voter registration forms

Mailing Address

1750 33rd St., Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80301

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