State Primary and Municipal Election

June 11, 2024


                                                           New Law- "Semi-Open" Primaries

    2024 marks the beginning of Maine's shift to Semi-Open Primaries. If someone is enrolled in a specific party, they may only vote in that party's primary. If someone is unenrolled (has no party affiliation), then they can vote in any ONE party's primary of their choice. This applies to the Presidential and State Primaries.



                                                                June 11, 2024

                                                            Sample Ballots:         

                 DEMOCRATIC                                                                 REPUBLICAN          

        District 111 Ballot -  Here                                               District 111 Ballot - Here

        District 112 Ballot - Here                                                 District 112 Ballot - Here

                                                  GREEN       Ballot    HERE                                 

                                            MUNICIPAL      Ballot    HERE       


       Absentee Voting begins May 13, 2024. (30 days prior to the election)


1.Phone:        Contacting the Clerks Department at 699-5320   

2.Electronic:   Requesting it online through the Maine Absentee Ballot Request Service

3.Written:       a. Visiting the Town Hall during regular business hours

                           (Monday 7-4:30 & Tues-Thurs 8:00am-4:30pm)

                       b. Printing the Absentee Ballot Request Form  HERE  and mailing to Clerks Department at Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Road, Falmouth Maine 04105   

Check the status of your 11/08/2022 Absentee Ballot Request   HERE 


                       B.  BALLOT RETURN

All Ballots must be received by 8:00pm on Election Day, there are no exceptions. 

Ballot may be returned as follows;

1. Official Ballot Drop Box     There is an official ballot drop off box that you can deposit your ballot into at any time, it is located at the front of Town Hall to the left of the entrance 

2. Drop off In Person              Stop by the Clerk's Department at Town Hall during business hours:

                                               Monday 7:00am-4:30pm, Tuesday-Thursday, 8:00am-4:30pm

3.  Mail                                    Return ballot in the mail. Please allow enough time for us to receive the

                                                ballot by deadline of 8pm on Election day.

                                       Please note that ballots are NOT accepted by postmark dates

                                      All ballots received after 8 o'clock on election day must be Rejected


Polls are open on Election Day, at the Falmouth High School Gym, 74 Woodville Road, at 7:00am and close at 8:00pm.

No voting will take place at Town Hall on Election Day. Town Hall will be closed so staff can facilitate the elections at the polling place. Voters are asked to follow all COVID-related health and safety procedures put into place at the polls as recommended by the CDC and Secretary of State at the time of the election


Information from the Maine Department of Transportation (DOT) addressing current laws in regards to Political Signs.

 Please click HERE

Town of Falmouth Temp Signs Ordinance    HERE