Election Day Service for High School Students
If you are a student 16 or 17 years old, you can participate in Loudoun County elections as an Election Page. For more information, view the Student Programs Brochure
. To sign up or to get more information fill out our Election Page interest form by clicking here
If you are 18 years old or will be 18 on or before the day of the November election, you can serve as a paid Officer of Election. For information on serving as an Election Officer click here.
The Loudoun County Electoral Board
encourages interested high school students to serve as election pages. This program combines community service with an opportunity to observe democracy in action. Students who are bilingual or have sign language skills are especially valuable.
Participating students are placed according to home addresses into neighborhood precincts and usually work in pairs. Suggested hours are 5:30 am to 12:30 pm or 12:30 pm to 7:30 pm. However, a shorter shift (minimum of three hours) can be arranged.
Upon completion of service, the Electoral Board presents each election page with a Certificate of Appreciation. Service may be applicable for classroom or merit-badge credit.
To sign up or to get more information fill out our Election Page interest form by clicking here.
Election pages are required to attend a one-hour training session of how to use the Palm Pilot look-up device. These training sessions are scheduled for evenings and Saturdays in the weeks leading up to the election. Students can attend any session that fits their schedule.
For More Information
Students or instructors/advisors interested in the Election Page Program should contact the Office of Elections at 703-777-0380.