(a) An otherwise qualified person is eligible to serve as a vote center election officer unless the person:
1. Is unable to read, write, and speak the English language;
2. Has any property bet or wagered on the result of the election;
3. Is a candidate to be voted for at the election, except as an unopposed candidate for a precinct committeeman or state convention delegate; or
4. Is the spouse, parent, father-in-law, mother-in-law, child, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, uncle, aunt, nephew, or niece of a candidate or declared write-in candidate to be voted for at the election, except an unopposed candidate. This subdivision disqualifies a person whose relationship to the candidate is the result of birth, marriage, or adoption.
(b) In addition to the requirement of section (a), a person is not eligible to serve as a supervisor if the person is the chairman or treasurer of the committee of a candidate whose name appears on the ballot.
(b) A vote center board consists of the following:
One (1) supervisor.
Four (4) sheriffs.
(c) Each county chairman of a major political party is entitled to nominate two (2) Sheriffs under section 9 of this chapter.
(d) Each supervisor and sheriff must be a voter of the county.
(c)....poll clerks must be voters of the county. We will have Four (4) poll clerks at each vote center. Each county chairman of a major political party is entitled to nominate two (2) poll clerks.
The county chairman of the major political party whose candidate for the office of secretary of state received the highest vote in the county at the last election may nominate a voter for the office of supervisor.