**Maine's primaries have been moved to July 14**

With presidential primaries and the general election coming up, the spread of COVID-19 could soon directly impact the ability of Americans to participate in our democracy. For many - including people who vote in Maine - the safest way to vote will be no-excuse absentee voting by mail. However, we still need to maintain in-person voting for those who can't vote by mail. 

Download Voter Registration Form

Request an absentee ballot from maine.gov

Learn more: visit the League of Women Voters FAQ

 

WATCH: Protect our Vote Maine Virtual Town Hall featuring Sen. Angus King, ACLU of Maine executive director Alison Beyea, and experts from around the state:

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Statements & Letters

Press Release: 2,300 Mainers Call on Governor Mills to Commit to Election Reforms

Press Release: Advocates Urge Measures to Protect Election Integrity in Face of Pandemic

Recommendations for Protecting Maine Elections and Voting Rights

Other Resources

National ACLU Vote-by-Mail Guide (aclu.org)

Editorial: COVID-19 will change Maine Election Day traditions (Press Herald)

Opinion: Let’s make sure every eligible voter gets a vote