November 8, 2022
State of Maine General Election & Municipal General Election
All Polling Places will be open from 7:00am-8:00pm
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Are you registered to vote?
If you have recently moved or changed your name, it's time to update your voter registration. Stop by the City Clerk's office anytime before election day or at your polling place on election day. The last day we may receive mailed in or dropped off voter registration cards is October 18. After this date, voter registration changes may only be done in person at the Clerk's office or at your polling place on election day. The City Clerk's office has partnered with the Library to offer three weeks of voter registration drive events at the Library.
You may vote for up to TWO candidates for MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL AT LARGE.
You may vote every contest appearing on your ballot. Per the City's Charter, all City Council and Board of Education offices are elected by all voters of every city district. The Warden and Ward Clerk offices are elected by city district. If you choose not to vote one or more contests, the contests you do vote will be counted.
(Note: There are different ballot styles depending on the voter's Legislative and City Districts.)
INFORMATION ABOUT LOCAL CANDIDATES
The City does not promote or endorse any candidate. However, as a matter of sharing information with the public seeking information about local candidates, the City has compiled an informational flyer of all known candidate forums. Voters are encouraged to view this information. Click here for a list of candidate forums and links to access recordings.