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Town of Falmouth, Maine
271 Falmouth Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
town@town.falmouth.me.us
(207) 781-5253

 
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
7am - 8pm
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Falmouth High School
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Municipal/State Referendum/Primary



JUNE 10, 2014 - State of Maine Primary and Municipal Election





        Municipal Election
        
      The purpose of the Municipal Election is to elect the following:        
  •    Two (2) people to the Town Council for three (3) year terms.
  •   Three (3) people to the School Board for three (3) year terms.         
   








General Election Information:
All Local, State & Federal Elections are administered and supervised by the Town Clerk.

The Annual Municipal Election is held on the second Tuesday of June. This election is for the purpose of electing Town Council and School Board members.

November elections are held the first Tuesday following the first Monday of the month.


Where do I register to vote?
You may register to vote at your town hall, through any Motor Vehicle branch office or at voter registration drives. Completed voter registration cards may be delivered by hand or mail to your town office. On election day you can register to vote at the polls. If you are registering to vote within two weeks of the election, you must show proof of residency.
You must be at least 17 years old and turn 18 years old before the next election to register to vote.

Absentee Ballots:
You may request an absentee ballot by contacting the Town Clerk's office.  Absentee ballots will be available 30 days prior to the election. Click here for detailed information on how to vote by absentee.

Polling Place:
Falmouth High School Gym (Polling hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.)
74 Woodville Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
ALL VOTERS WILL VOTE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL


Contact information:
Democratic Party: Pam Fenrich, 797-4571
Republican Party:  Bill Beyer, 518-9047

Political Signs:
To download the rules for political sign postings prior to an election, please click here


District Information:
Falmouth is divided into two seperate districts. District 112 and District 113.
Click on this link to view a copy of the Voting Districts Map.  Please remember, if you move within the town please contact the Town Clerk's office to notify us of your new address.


If you have questions about voting, or your voting district  please contact
the Town Clerk's Office at (207) 781-5253.

 

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