Absentee Voting by Mail:
There are several ways you can request an absentee ballot:
- ONLINE: Click here to request your absentee ballot online! (Available March 13)
- MAIL/FAX/IN-PERSON: Click here to print the request form; fill it in, and mail, fax, or drop it off at the Clerk's Office!
- PHONE: Call (207) 767-7601 and request that a ballot be mailed to you (we must talk to the registered voter!)
- DESIGNATING A THIRD PERSON TO DELIVER YOUR BALLOT:
- A registered voter may make a written request for a “third person” (someone other than the voter or the voter's immediate family member) to obtain and hand-deliver an absentee ballot. The voter must designate, in a written request, the specific third person who will handle and deliver the ballot. Only this designated third person may handle the absentee ballot. Ballots cast in this way must be witnessed by either a notary public, a municipal clerk, a clerk of courts, or 2 other witnesses. A voter may make this written request at the City Clerk's office.
Absentee ballots will be available around May 13 -- requests
will be filled and ballots mailed to you as soon as the ballots are received.
Absentee ballots may be requested until June 8, 2017.
To be counted, absentee ballots must be returned to the City Clerk's office
by 8:00 p.m. on June 13, 2017.
Absentee Voting In-Person:
When absentee ballots arrive (around May 13), voters have the option to vote in person at the City Clerk's office during normal business hours.
Processing Absentee Ballots
Ballots are kept in a secure area only accessible by City Clerk staff until they are ready to be processed. There is a legal procedure for processing absentee ballots to ensure that all ballots remain confidential and accounted for. The processing of absentee ballots is open to the public to witness. For more information on how ballots are processed or for information on times and dates when absentee ballots will be processed, please contact the City Clerk.