Election and Town Meeting Information

You can request absentee ballots now for the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election! Read below for details.

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Our Next Election: General (Presidential)

The General Election is held nationally on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November. Maine voters will select your choice for President/Vice President (this process is called the “popular vote”) and elect one of Maine’s two United States Senators, Maine’s Representatives to Congress, members of the Maine Legislature and certain County Officers.

  • When: November 3, 2020
  • Time: 6:00AM – 8:00PM
  • Where: Edward C. Winston Auditorium; 1 Summer Street Kennebunk

Each party’s nomination for President/Vice President of the United States, party candidates who are nominated as a result of the June Primary Election and Unenrolled candidates will appear on the General Election ballot. Due to the COVID19/Coronavirus Pandemic the June Primary Election was postponed to July 14, 2020 and those results can be viewed here (PDF).

The actual election of the President/Vice President occurs through the Electoral College. The “popular vote” is used to choose Maine’s four (4) “electors” who convene at the Electoral College at the State House in December to cast their electoral votes.

Voter Guide

Our voter guide is being created. It will be available online PDF or as a hard copy print at our office in the Fall. Thank you for your patience.

Absentee/Early Voting - the last day to vote in this manner is October 29, 2020.

We highly recommend absentee/early voting again for this Election given the circumstances of COVID-19/Coronavirus. Anyone can vote in this manner without needing any special reasoning. You can cast your absentee/early vote in a variety of ways: 

  1. Complete an absentee ballot request form online or call our Office to request we mail ballots to you. You can then cast your vote and either drop them back off to us in person or mail them back.
  2. Come to the Town Hall in October to request to bring ballots home. You can then cast your vote and either drop them back off to us in person or mail them back.
  3. Come to the Town Hall in October to vote in person. We will have a designated space for early voting. 

Benefits of absentee/early voting include:

  • Minimize COVID-19/Coronavirus Exposure
  • Easy – Safe – Secure
  • Vote from the comfort of your home
  • Take time to educate yourself prior to voting

What ballots will I receive?

Your party affiliation has no impact on which candidate ballots you receive during this Election.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Town Clerk's Office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions for this November's election. View the FAQs here.