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Elections 2020

 

Effects of Coronavirus on Elections & Civic Engagement

Have questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting upcoming elections? Visit our FAQ page for the most up-to-date information. 

 

General and Special Referendum Election, November 3, 2020

In this statewide election, 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.

We will use Ranked Choice Voting in the federal elections for U.S. Senator,  U.S. Congress and President of the U.S. We will not use Ranked Choice Voting in the elections for Maine State Senate or Maine State House. Read more about ranked choice voting here

Sample ballots for the November 3, 2020 General Election:

York RCV Congressional District 1 Sample Ballot

Abbot RCV Congressional District 2 Sample Ballot

Hear from your local candidate:

The League of Women Voters of Maine is hosting a number of virtual candidate forums. This is a great way to meet your local candidates, hear what they have to say on the issues, and ask questions! Click here to learn more and register for your local candidate forum

 

Easy-to-Read Voter Guide

It's here: the official voter guide for the November 3 election. 

The League of Women Voters of Maine Education Fund is pleased to produce and distribute thousands of copies of this guide across the state of Maine.

Additional languages coming soon

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Voter Hotline and Help ME Vote Facebook Page

The League’s voter hotline is staffed by experienced volunteers who can can answer things like:

  + How do I register to vote?
  + How does absentee voting work?
  + What might be on my ballot?
  + How does Ranked Choice Voting work?

We are monitoring frequently-asked questions and following up on situations that require intervention at the town or state level to ensure voters are getting accurate information and are able to vote. 

Click here to join the "Help ME Vote" Facebook page.

Have an election or voter question? Call or text our Voter Hotline at 207-558-3333. Or click here to email your question.