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Welcome to the State of Maine Online Absentee Ballot Request Service

Maine election law provides that an absentee ballot application may not be made available more than 3 months before the election for which the application will be used. The next statewide election is a Referendum Election which will be held November 7, 2017. The 128th Legislature in the first regular session may approve one or more bond issues or other referenda to be ratified by the voters at this referendum election. There also are two citizen's initiatives certified by the Secretary of State that will go on the ballot unless the Legislature enacts them during this Legislative session. Please check back after August 7, 2017 to use the Absentee Ballot Request Service.

If you are a Uniformed Service or Overseas Voter (UOCAVA) and you want to request your ballot prior to August 7, 2017, you may use the online request option below, or you can fill out and submit this application to the Elections Division at UOCAVA.CEC@maine.gov or by mail to Elections Division, 101 State House Station, Augusta ME 04333-0101.

Select one of the following options:

Uniformed Service & Overseas Voters

As a Uniformed Service or Overseas Voter (also known as a UOCAVA voter), you can use this option if you are a Maine registered voter and you also meet one of the following criteria:

  • Uniformed service member on active duty or spouse or dependent
  • US Citizen residing outside of the United States

This option is not currently available

All Other Voters

Use this option if you are a Maine registered voter and you are not a UOCAVA voter as described in the section to the left.

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This option is not currently available

Emergency Aid Workers & Displaced Voters

Currently there is no authorized State of Emergency.



Use this option if you are a civilian Maine registered voter and you also meet one of the following criteria:

This option is not currently available

Policy Questions? You can contact the Secretary of State, Division of Elections at: (207) 624-7650 or email cec.elections@maine.gov