Election and Town Meeting Information
When: March 3, 2020
Absentee ballots will be available without a special circumstance until February 27, 2020.
Q. Can I still get an absentee ballot?
A. Yes. Absentee ballots will continue to be available without special circumstance until February 27, 2020. In addition to our normal business hours, we (Clerk's Office) will also be open on Saturday February 22, 2020 and Sunday February 23, 2020 from 9am-12pm and Thursday February 27, 2020 from 4:30am-7:30pm.
Q. Does everyone receive a Presidential Primary Ballot?
A. You must be enrolled in the Democratic or Republican party in order to receive a party ballot in the primary. If you are unenrolled (incorrectly referred to as Independent), you will only receive a State Referendum Ballot.
Q. Can I switch parties?
A. Yes. The deadline to switch from the Democratic, Republican or Green party to another party is Friday February 14, 2020. Come into the Town Clerk’s Office with a form of identification to fill out a new voter registration card.
Q. If I am currently Unenrolled (incorrectly referred to as Independent) in a party, can I enroll in the Democratic, Republican or Green Party?
A. Yes. There is no deadline to make this change. Come into the Town Clerk’s Office with a form of identification to fill out a new voter registration card or you make this change at the Election by stopping by the registration table with your form of identification to fill out a new voter registration card there.
Q. Who are the Republican and Democratic candidates listed on the ballots?
A. Both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party certified with the Secretary of State that there was a contest for the party's presidential nomination.
Q. What is the State Referendum Ballot Question?
A. State Referendum Ballot Question "Do you want to reject the new law that removes religious and philosophical exemptions to requiring immunization against certain communicable diseases for students to attend schools and colleges and for employees of nursery schools and health care facilities?"
Our last State and Municipal Referendum (Election)
Election Results are posted here.
If you are already a registered voter in the Town of Kennebunk you may request an absentee ballot 5-30 days prior to an election in any one of the following ways: