Elections

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State and Municipal Elections are held at the Town Office located on 21 School Street.  The Town of Damariscotta holds their Municipal Election on the 2nd Tuesday in June.  There is usually a State Election on this day as well. Damariscotta's Annual Town Meeting is held on the Wednesday evening following the June election. Please do not hesitate to contact the Town office with any questions or concerns.

  • New voter registration cards will be required by voters who's address has changed or does not match the address on the list when checking in to vote.
  • If you are enrolled in a party but want to change parties, you must make that change by filling out a new voter registration card no later than Monday, June 29, 2020.  Please have ID available. 
  • If you are currently unenrolled (not enrolled in a specific party) you will only receive the State Referendum Ballot and the Municipal Ballot.  If you want to vote a specific party candidate in a Primary Election, you must enroll in that party by filling out a new voter registration card.  This can be done by unenrolled voters right up to and including election day - please have ID available.

RECENT ELECTIONS:         

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Tuesday, March 3, 2020  

UPCOMING ELECTIONS:

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 -

                                        State Primary & Special Referendum Election

                                          Annual Town Meeting Election

Tuesday, November 3, 2020 -

                                         General Presidential & Potential State Referendum Election

                     

THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 8AM TO 8PM

Absentee Ballots become available approximately 30 days before the election.  Request an Absentee Ballot by: 

  • calling the Town Office at 563-5168

  • clicking HERE to request a ballot be sent to you 

  • come by in person.

 

 

Click HERE for more information on Ranked-choice Voting to visit the RCV resource page.

Click HERE for a message from Secretary Matthew Dunlap on Elections Security.

Click HERE for Guidance on Campaign Signs from Maine Department of Transportation.