poll watcher

[pohl]
noun
a representative of a political party or of an organization running a candidate who is assigned to the polls on an election day to watch for violations of the laws that regulate voting, campaigning, etc.
Also, poll-watcher.
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The employee may work for the city or county as an election judge, poll watcher or clerical worker.
Requires anyone serving as a poll watcher to receive instruction and certification from authorized instructor.
If problems with the voter, challenger or poll watcher continue, eject the individual from the polling place.
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