Elections & Voting

 

Upcoming Elections 

June 14, 2016

 State Primary Election and School Budget Validation Referendum

Primary Elections are always the 2nd Tuesday of June in even numbered years. The purpose of the Primary Election is to determine each of Maine's qualified party's (Democratic, Green Independent, and Republican) nomination of candidates to appear on the General Election ballot in November. Offices included in the 2016 Primary Election are Representative to Congress, State Senate, State Representatives and certain County officers.

In order to participate in the Primary Election, you must be enrolled in one of Maine's qualified party's listed above. There will be a separate ballot for the School Budget Validation Referendum Election and all registered voters that are at least 18 years of age, including voters who are not enrolled in a political party, may participate in that election. Unenrolled voters may enroll in a political party on or before June 14, 2016 if they would like to participate in the Primary Election. 

Any person who is 17 years old and will be 18 on or before the next General Election (November 8, 2016), and is otherwise qualified to be a voter and has enrolled in one of Maine's qualified party's, is then eligible to vote in the Primary Election but will not be eligible to receive a referendum ballot for this election. 

For the June 14, 2016 Primary Election, there are no Green Independent ballots in Auburn because there are no candidates who qualified by petition and there are no declared write-in candidates for any party.

SAMPLE BALLOTS

WARDS 1,2,3,4,5 DEMOCRATIC SR 62 CC 5

WARDS 1,2,3,4,5 REPUBLICAN SR 62 CC 5

WARDS 1,2 DEMOCRATIC SR 64 CC 5

WARDS 1,2 REPUBLICAN SR 64 CC 5

WARDS 3,4,5 DEMOCRATIC SR 63 CC 5

WARDS 3,4,5 REPUBLICAN SR 63 CC 5

WARDS 1,2,3 DEMOCRATIC SR 64 CC 6

WARDS 1,2,3 REPUBLICAN SR 64 CC 6

WARDS 3,4,5 DEMOCRATIC SR 63 CC 6

WARDS 3,4,5 REPUBLICAN SR 63 CC 6

SCHOOL BUDGET VALIDATION REFERENDUM

 

 November 8, 2016

General Election and Potential Referendum Election

 The General Election is held nationally on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November. This year, Maine voters will vote for their choice of President/Vice President, Representative to Congress, State Senate, State Representative, and certain County Officers.

 

 

Auburn Polling Places

 

PLEASE NOTE: WARD 3 VOTERS WILL NOW VOTE AT FAIRVIEW SCHOOL AND WARD 4 VOTERS NOW VOTE AT AUBURN HALL.

 

  • Ward 1 – Washburn School, 35 Lake Auburn Avenue

  • Ward 2 – Auburn Middle School, 38 Falcon Drive

  • Ward 3 – Fairview School, 397 Minot Avenue

  • Ward 4 – Auburn Hall, 60 Court Street

  • Ward 5 – Sherwood Heights, 32 Sherwood Drive 

Polls open at 7:00 A.M. and close at 8:00 P.M. on election day.