IN-PERSON VOTING in MAINE on ELECTION DAY
- When will you vote? Decide on a time. Set a reminder on your phone.
- Who is on your ballot? Vote411 is a non-partisan resource by League of Women Voters, that shows the candidates and races that will be on your ballot.
- Where is your polling location? Check here to find your polling place.
- How will you get there? Taking a friend with you increases the chances you’ll both vote.
- After you vote, wear your “I Voted!” sticker and tell everyone that you voted!
Before you go to vote, please double-check your polling place–that it has not changed–by using the Voter Information Lookup Service, checking your town website, or calling your municipal clerk’s office.
If you or someone you know is turned away or has trouble voting at your polling location, call this number (866) OUR-VOTE for help. It is run by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Please Note: If you make a mistake in filling out your ballot or notice any irregularity at the polling place, speak immediately to the election warden, who will be at the site all day.
Get Out the Vote (GOTV)
To help with Get Out the Vote efforts on, contact Jenna Dela Cruz Vendil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Faculty & Staff wishing to support Bates students voting (some for the first time), contact the Bates Votes Student Leadership Team.