State and Municipal Election Results November 5th 2013
for the Municipal election results.
for the State Election results.
Notice To Voters
DUE TO THE CHANGES IN THE MAINE STATE STATUES, the City Clerk’s office can no longer conduct absentee voting three business days before the Nov. 5, 2013 election. Therefore, we will be open on Thursday, October 31, 2013 from 9:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M for anyone wishing to register to vote, change voter information or vote absentee.
School Budget Election
School Budget Referendum
Nomination Paper are available for the November 5, 2013 election.
General Election Results November 6th 2012
for the Candidates results.
for the Referendum results.
Changes in Absentee Voting
Due to recent changes in the State Law,Title 21-A 753 B (1) we will no longer be conducting voting the Saturday prior to Election Day.
Ranked Choice Voting Rules Adopted
PORTLAND, Maine – Last night, the City of Portland City Council accepted rules for the city’s Mayoral election, which will be determined by ranked choice voting (sample ballot attached). Ranked choice voting allows voters the opportunity to rank as many of the Mayoral candidates as they would like according to preference. Voters will rank candidates in order of 1st choice, 2nd choice and so on, until either the voter no longer has a preference or all candidates have been ranked.
5-1 Change of polling place
Change of polling place at 5-1. UNE is no longer open, anyone who was voting at UNE will now be at Stevens Avenue Armory 772 Stevens Avenue.
Polling Place Consolidation
As a result of polling place consolidation, done by the
Portland City Council on February 2, 2009, please be
advised that your polling place may have changed,
for all elections.
Check here for Voter Links
Office Hours are:
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm., Monday through Friday.
Frequently Asked Voting Questions
How to Register
In order to register to vote, you must bring identification and
something that shows a current address. A drivers license or state
identification card with the current address meets both criteria, otherwise,
a checkbook or bill addressed to the applicant at the current
address along with a social security card, birth certificate,
If you register by mail, you must send proof of identity such as a
photocopy of your drivers license or other photo ID or a utility bill with
your name and address on it
You can call the City Clerk's office anytime
within ninety (90) days of an election to request an absentee ballot or print the
application from this web site. Completed absentee ballot applications can be mailed to our office
or faxed to 874-8612. When the ballots arrive, we will mail your ballot(s)
to you at your home or
the address you request.
Districts One, Two, Four and Five
Districts 1-45 Cliff, Great Diamond Island
District 1-3 Peaks Island
We need everyone's help in maintaining the voting list. If your
information is incorrect or missing or you see a name on the list of
someone who you know is no longer a Portland resident, please contact us as soon as possible.
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