Youth Voter Registration

What's your voting plan?

If you'll be 18 by November, you can vote. 

Register to vote:

You can register to vote up to and even on Election Day. Maine also has same-day voter registration. This means you can register to vote on Election Day. You don’t need to be enrolled in a party to vote in November.

Want to register to vote by mail? For the November 3 election, you’ll need to submit your voter application to your town clerk by October 19. Grab an application at your Town Office. You can also print off the voter registration application here. Need help filling it out? No worries! Here are some instructions to completing your application. 

Need help registering to vote? Contact Evan. They can help. 

If you are registered to vote, consider voting absentee. This will reduce crowds at polling places and increase safety for poll workers and voters who need to vote in person. After you have submitted your request, a ballot will arrive by mail in October. Learn more here.

What's on your ballot?

Starting early October, you can find handy information about what will show up on your ballot. Maine voters will be voting for the offices of President of the United States, U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress, Maine State Senate, and Maine State House. Just visit to learn more and see where candidates stand on the issues.


What's your political party?

Need help figuring out which political party to register as when you register to vote? Not sure if you're a Democrat, Republican, or Independent? Take the quiz.


When in doubt...

Contact the League. We are here to help! We can answer questions about:

• Registering to vote

• Requesting your absentee ballot

• Filling out and returning your absentee ballot

• Voting in person on November 3rd

What we CAN’T help with:

• Telling you who or what to vote for. That’s up to you!

Email us at


Want to get involved?  

We have several programs that need volunteers, interns, or speakers to help spread the word. Click here to learn more


Join the Youth Council!

Get involved with our brand-spanking-new Youth Council. It’s a growing group of students who take charge of Getting Out the Vote in their schools and communities. Take the lead in turning GenZ into lifetime voters so that we can work together to strengthen our democracy.

When you join up, you’ll represent the League of Women Voters of Maine. The League is a grassroots, nonpartisan organization with 100 years of history, and the Youth Council is a also nonpartisan. Once you’re a part of the Council, you’ll have access to all the League’s resources. Click here to sign up!


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