The people behind the polls love being part of the process
The first time Dale Cody applied to be an election judge he did it just to get a paid day off. The Minnesota Department of Transportation employee won't lie. His ambitions were that simple. Eight years later, though, Cody works the polls because he loves being part of the political process.
"I just love to see it in action," said Cody. "It's fun, but it's also a huge responsibility. We want people to leave feeling the process is fair."