The County Elections Office still needs election judges to help out at voting precincts during the Aug. 21 primary.
State law requires there to be at least three judges for each of the county’s 37 precincts — or 111 people.
So far, there are about a half dozen or so more people needed, said Cyndi Silbaugh at the elections office.
Several of the judges from previous elections have become more difficult to find because they have dropped their old land line phone numbers and now rely on cell phone plans, Silbaugh said.
The election judges must be registered and live in Campbell County. They will work from 6 a.m. — an hour before the elections open — and keep going until about an hour after close — probably no later then 9 p.m..
Those interested in helping can call the elections office at 686-1892.