A. Before each election, the Borough Clerk, subject to approval by the Assembly, shall appoint at least three election judges in each precinct. The Borough Clerk shall designate one election judge from each precinct as the chairperson, who shall be primarily responsible for administering the election in that precinct.
E. All election officials, before entering upon their duties, must subscribe to the oath required of all public officers by the Constitution of the State of Alaska in the manner prescribed by the Borough Clerk.
F. Candidates and the contact persons on an initiative or referendum shall not serve as election officials. Certain familial relationships may not exist between a candidate and an election official in regular, run-off or special elections. Those familial relationships are:
1. Mother, mother-in-law, stepmother;
2. Father, father-in-law, stepfather;
3. Sibling, sibling-in-law, stepsibling;
5. Grandparent; or
6. Person sharing the same living quarters.
1. Be a citizen of the United States;
2. Obtain written permission from a parent or legal guardian;
3. Attend mandatory training on polling place election procedures; and
4. Serve under the supervision of the chairperson for that precinct. (Ord. 2022-22 § 3, 2022; Ord. 2019-09 § 2, 2019; Ord. 2018-08 § 5, 2018; Ord. 2016-40 § 32, 2016; Ord. 2004-45 § 2, 2004. 2004 Code § 2.12.320.)