Are students allowed to help inside the polls?

Yes, since 2002, High School Students of good standing who are at least 17 years of age are eligible to work inside a polling location. Students may only serve as Clerks or Machine Operators. Interested students must fill out the Student Application form and Permission Slip in advance of Election Day to be placed in a polling location. High School students who are 18 years of age must be registered to vote in Montgomery County in addition to submitting the Application and Permission Slip forms.

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1. What is the role of the Constable?
2. Why is in-person training mandatory every election?
3. I was elected but I do not like my elected role. What can I do?
4. How does the Judge of Election or Minority Inspector appoint a poll worker?
5. Can completed Absentee and Mail-in Ballots be accepted at the polls?
6. What party affiliation does each poll worker need to be?
7. Is there training before the election?
8. How many poll workers are at each polling location?
9. How can I vote if I am not working at my registered precinct?
10. Will I work in my own voting precinct?
11. How will I know if I am working and where to report on Election Day?
12. Do I get paid to be a poll worker?
13. How long do I work on Election Day?
14. I submitted an application but was not called to work. Should I submit a new one?
15. If I submit an application, do I have to work on Election Day?
16. What are the eligibility requirements to be a Poll Worker in Montgomery County?
17. Are students allowed to help inside the polls?
18. Can a committee person serve as an election official?
19. Who is eligible to work inside the polls?