Register to Vote
The Maine Secretary of State has a comprehensive guide to the voting process.
You can register to vote at your town office or city hall, through any Motor Vehicle branch office, in most state & federal social service agencies, or at voter registration drives.
Completed voter registration cards may be hand delivered or mailed to your town office or city hall, or sent to the Secretary of State’s Office in Augusta.
Voting in the time of COVID-19
During the current public health crisis, some voters may be worried about going to the polls. The good news is that any registered voter in Maine may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person at a voting place on Election Day.
You don’t need to have a specific reason or be unable to vote at the voting place on Election Day to receive an absentee ballot.
Finding your Polling Place
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Commit to Vote!
Commit to vote! Maine Democrats are asking you to declare your commitment to vote in this November’s election.
Joe Biden, President of the United States
Allison Hepler, Maine 53rd Legislative District
“I’m running for re-election to the Maine State Legislature. It’s an honor to represent House District 53. Arrowsic, Dresden, Georgetown, Phippsburg, Richmond (part), and Woolwich, my home town, are communities that take care of each other. I’ve always seen this, but it’s been reinforced during this unsettling time of the pandemic. I’m running for re-election because I believe we can’t afford not to invest in Maine and her people. Together, we can build and maintain a sustainable environment that doesn’t sacrifice jobs, and in fact, creates jobs for students like mine who want to stay in Maine and contribute to this great state. Whether the issue is large or small – advocating for more property tax relief or simply getting answers for constituents on how to apply for disability benefits – I’ve found answers and advocated for my constituents. As a legislator, selectperson, historian and teacher, I’ve also been an energetic problem solver, a patient collaborator, a careful listener, and I’ve worked with people from all walks of life.”
Eloise Vitelli, Maine 23rd Senate District
David Paris, Sagadahoc County Judge of Probate
As the first Democrat to seek election as Judge of Probate in Sagadahoc County since 1992, Attorney Paris will continue to “Fight The Good Fight” as Judge of Probate on behalf of all citizens of Sagadahoc County by developing a Probate Resource Office (PRO) staffed by local attorney’s willing to donate their time and expertise to provide a gateway to citizens in assessing their needs with services offered by the Probate Court.