Absentee Ballots are available now - PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO REQUEST A BALLOT 725-6658 - Y In person voting starts on June 16th, but if possible we still request that you request by one of other methods below to limit the number of people at town hall. There will be limited number of voters allowed in the building at any given time due to social distancing requirements. We are asking people entering the building to where face coverings. SEE BELOW FOR OTHER METHODS TO REQUEST
Party Participation - In order to vote either the Democratic or Republican Primary Ballot, you must be enrolled in that party. To change parties you must do it at least 15 days prior to the election. Those unenrolled voters in District 49, you may request an absentee ballot for the green party without enrolling.
Hours for Voter Registration/Absentee Voting
Voter registration hours for new registrations, enrollments, and any address or name changes will be Monday through Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m, and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Town Clerk’s Office. The Clerk’s Office will hold extended voter registration hours:
- Extended Hours for Voter Registration and Absentee Voting Only: You will be able to absentee vote by written or in person up to and on election day. We encourage you to go to the polls on election day if you are voting in person as there is limited numbers of people allowed in town hall and limited staff there to help as most staff is at the polls. Electronic or Telephone request end on Thursday, July 9th.
Methods to Get Absentee Ballots
- Voter calls the Clerk’s Office to request a ballot at 207-725-6658.
- Voter or immediate family member completes an Absentee Application (PDF) and either:
- Mails to:
85 Union Street
Brunswick, ME 04011
- Faxes to Town Clerk at 207-725-6663
- Delivers to Town Clerk’s Office
- Mails to:
- Voter requests an Absentee Ballot online. The Ballot can be mailed back or delivered in person directly to the clerk. This service is provided by the Secretary of State.
- Voter can give written permission for an unrelated 3rd person to obtain the ballot. Please call 207-725-6658 for more information or email the Town Clerk.
Absentee ballots will be available 30 to 45 days before an election, but you may request them up to 90 days before an election if you wish them to be mailed to you upon arrival. Additional information on absentee ballots is available from the State of Maine website.