How can I help with elections?

Registered voters who are residents of Rock Island County are encouraged to serve as Election Judges. Each judge can receive up to $140 for attending a training session and working at the vote center on election day. Learn more about becoming an election judge, or you may contact the County Clerk's Office at 309-786-VOTE, 309-786-8683 or 309-558-3571.

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1. What options do voters with disabilities have?
2. Can a registered voter sign petitions for candidates of more than one political party for the same primary election?
3. May a voter who voted Republican in the last primary election now sign a petition for a Democratic candidate?
4. What could happen if a voter signs one party's petitions for the primary election but requests another party's ballot at that primary election?
5. Do I have to declare a political party preference?
6. Is a lottery conducted for party placement on the ballot?
7. How can I help with elections?
8. May I use a cell phone in the polling place?
9. What's on my ballot?