|(a) The county election officer shall use the table
set out in the following figure, to determine the number of election
workers allowable for each joint polling place.
(b) Each polling place shall have no less than one
co-judge from each party and one clerk from each party.
(c) If the total number of workers is an odd number,
the county election officer shall appoint an additional worker from
the list of the party whose candidate for governor received the highest
number of votes in the precinct in the most recent gubernatorial general
election. (If precincts have been consolidated or combined for the
joint primary, then the highest number of votes is determined by adding
together the votes from the consolidated or combined precincts.)