The County Clerk is the election authority for the county and its political subdivisions, and is responsible for conducting all public elections. Regular elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in April, August, and November. Special elections may also be called in February or June by certain public entities. Two notices displaying sample ballots and polling locations are published in the local newspaper prior to each election. For more information about elections and voting, call 573-378-5436 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Election Judges The Morgan County Clerk's Office is in need of election judges to staff our 10 polling places for the countywide elections throughout the year. Election judges are currently needed in our area. In order to serve, you must declare one of the two major political parties, and be a registered voter in Morgan County. The pay is $105 per day ($115 for supervisors). In addition, you will be paid $20 for attending an hour-long training session per election. The workday begins at 5:15 a.m. and ends after the polls close at 7:00 p.m. Our free and open elections are a constant reminder of the endurance and vitality of our democracy. The service each of you contributes is a necessary part of the election process. If you are interested in becoming an election judge, print the application, complete and mail in. If you are unable to print out the application stop in our office and fill one out.