**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. Read more about how we can protect our right to vote during the pandemic.

Download Voter Registration Form

Request an absentee ballot from maine.gov

 

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