Salary Resolution No. 95-0926 Revised December 2018 Section 27: Voting
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If an Unrepresented Administrative Management, Unrepresented Confidential, or Unrepresented employee who is a registered voter does not have sufficient time outside of the employee's working hours within which to vote in any state-wide general or primary election, the employee may upon request, be granted so much working time off without loss of pay as will, when added to the employee's voting time outside the employee's working hours, enable the employee to vote. An employee may take off so much time which will enable the employee to vote, but not more than two (2) hours of which shall be without loss of pay; provided, that the employee shall be allowed time off for voting only at the beginning or end of the employee's regular working shift, whichever allows the most free time for voting and the least time off from the employee's regular working shift.