Contact: Tina Magno
Phone: 207 666-5531
-Nomination papers and declared candidate paperwork will be available 100 days prior to Election Day. If the 100 day falls on a weekend a Holiday, or a day that the -Office is closed for business, that defaults to Monday.
-Nomination papers and declared candidate paperwork must be returned to the City Clerk's office by 4:00PM on the 60th day prior to Election Day. If the 60th day falls on a weekend, a Holiday, or a day that the Office is closed for business, the filling date shall be the next regular business day.
-Declared candidate paperwork should be filed 60 days prior to Election Day.
-You must obtain not less than
Municipal Election Nomination Papers available, July 31, 2022.
2 - Select Board, Assessor, and Overseers of the Poor for a 3-year term.
1 - School Board, for a 3-year Term.
Nomination papers and declared candidate paperwork must be returned to the Town of Bowdoinham’s office by close of day
September 9, 2022, at 4:00 pm.
The Municipal Election is November 8, 2022.
If you have any questions, please contact Tina Magno, Town Clerk at 666-5531 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PRIMARY & MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS
Governor 1st. Congressional District Maine Representative District 52
Mills 177 Pingree 181 Berry 180
Lepage 96 Thatcher 87
Maine Senate District 24 District Attorney Sagadahoc County Commissioner District 2
Vitelli 186 Irving 172 Lenna 177
County Treasurer, Sagadahoc County Register of Deeds, Sagadahoc County
Eaton 173 Moore 84
SAD Budget Validation SAD Bond Question
YES 279 YES 268
NO 62 NO 69
Residents may register to vote during regular business hours or make changes to current voting information such as change of name, address or party affiliation. You may register to vote on Election Day as well.
Un-enrolled voters may enroll at any time, including Election Day.
Voters must remain in the party for 3 months before the voter can file an application for either a withdrawal or a change of enrollment.
There is a 15-day waiting period for a voter who withdraws from a party.
The State Law permits absentee ballots to be cast at any election by any voter who property requests one.
There are 5 ways to request an absentee ballot:
- In-person at the Town Clerk’s Office during regular business hours.
- Electronically - Click here
- Mail – call the Town Clerk at 666-5531.
- Immediate Family Member – must fill out an application at the Clerk’s Office.
- 3rd Person – application required. Call the Town Clerk at 666-5531 or stop by the Town Clerk’s Office. Ballots cast using this method must be witnessed by either the Town Clerk, Notary Public, or Clerk of Courts, or by two other witnesses.
For an electronic absentee ballot:
The Department of the Secretary of State recently developed a new service for absentee balloting, with input from advocates at Disability Rights Maine, intended for voters with print disabilities. These disabilities may include: vision impairment or blindness, physical dexterity limitations, learning disabilities or cognitive impairment, all of which prevent the individual from independently marking a paper ballot.
Should you wish to take part in this service and vote by absentee, please request for an accessible absentee ballot with the form found here or listed below.
You can also request an absentee ballot by calling 207-666-5531
In addition to the accessible absentee ballot, the State provides the Accessible Voting System ballot-marking device at every polling place on Election Day, which allows any voter to use a touchscreen or controller pad/audio to independently mark their ballot.
For an electronic absentee ballot: https://www1.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/index.pl
Federal and State Voter Information Look Up: http://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/voter-info/index.html
State of Maine Election Laws: http://www.mainelegislature.org/legis/statutes/21-A/title21-Ach0sec0.html
Notary Public and Dedimus Justices in Maine https://www1.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/notary/search/search_index.pl