November 6, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Vote: Town Office. Voter registration hours are on the town
website. You can register to vote at the town office, through any Motor Vehicle branch office, and
in most state and federal social service agencies. A voter registration card is filed out. A sample of the
card and full information on registering is on www.maine.gov. Language on the voter registration
card says: “Voter ID: by federal law, NEW Maine voters must provide an applicable ID number as
1. Your Maine driver’s license/ Maine State ID
2. The last 4 digits of your Social Security number (ONLY if you don’t have Maine driver’s license/
Maine State ID; or,
3. Write “none” ONLY if you don have either 1 or 2.”
There is no cutoff date for registering to vote in person at your town office. The cut-off date for
registering by mail was Tuesday, October 16.
Absentee ballots requests may be made to the Municipal Clerk at the town office up until the
third business day before the election which is close of business onThurs. Nov. 1 this year.
If special circumstances exist — there are 4 allowable reasons — the deadline can be
extended. See www.maine.gov for more information on absentee ballots, registering and voting