Why it’s Vital to Vote in the Maine Primary

Date: May 31, 2018

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The day to vote is June 12

Why now—more than ever—it’s vital you vote

Too much is finally going right for small business for us to turn back. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is yielding big dividends for Main Street entrepreneurs, their employees, and their communities. Also, burdensome, needless regulations from the federal government have dried up or are being reversed.

It’s essential you know if the candidates running in Maine’s federal and state elections want to continue moving forward, or if they support policies that would reverse small-business gains.

It’s not only vital you vote but also that you also help educate the people around you. You have a lot more power than you think. Click The Power of the Small Business Vote to learn more.

Click here to find out what candidates are on the ballot in your district and the location of your polling place.

Click here for Information about absentee ballots (except for special circumstances). The last day to request an absentee ballot or vote in person at the town office is June 7.

Click here to learn about Maine’s news Ranked Choice Voting system, used in certain races.

Election Day is Tuesday, June 12

Maine allows an eligible, but unregistered voter to register as late as Election Day.

The deadline to switch political parties was May 25. Independent voters who are not enrolled in a political party, may switch to a political party as late as Election Day.

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