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A guide to voting and ballots in the 2019 and 2020 elections

Upcoming Elections and Quick Links

On March 3, 2020 Maine will hold a Presidential Primary and Special State Referendum Election. *Residents of District 128 (part of Brewer) will also vote in a Special Election for State Representative to fill a current vacancy.*

The Presidential Primary allows those voters enrolled in the Republican Party or the Democratic Party to vote for their party's presidential nominee.

All Maine voters can cast a vote for the Special State Referendum, which asks the following question regarding a new Maine law that tightens vaccination rules:

Do you want to reject the new law that removes religious and philosophical exemptions to requiring immunization against certain communicable diseases for students to attend schools and colleges and for employees of nursery schools and health care facilities?

The wording of these questions can be confusing. For this referendum, please note that a vote of NO is in favor of the new law, and a vote of YES rejects the new law. For further explanation click here, or explore resources on this page.

Learn more about:

Upcoming Maine Races and Ranked-Choice Voting

2020 Elections

Learn which elections will take place in Maine in 2020, and what you can expect to find on your ballot.

Local municipality election information:

Resources on the Upcoming March 3rd Referendum

News Coverage

Ranked Choice Voting

Voting in Maine

Voting at UMaine

UMaine UVote

Please note that the polling place has changed this year.

The new polling place is the Orono Town Council Chambers at 59 Main St. in Orono.

Polls will be open 7:00am-8:00pm.

Shuttles are available from the campus bus circle 8:00am-8:00pm.

Current News and Election Results

Maine Election News Coverage
Maine Election Results

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