Wards 1 and 2 vote at the Auburn Senior Community Center, 48 Pettengill Park Road

Wards 3 and 4 vote at Auburn Hall, 60 Court Street

Ward 5 vote at the Boy's and Girl's Club, 43 Second Street

If you are uncertain about where you vote, either contact the Office of the City Clerk

by calling 333-6600 or click on the link below. 

Maine Voter Information Lookup Service


June 11, 2024School Budget Validation Referendum and State Primary Election

Residents will vote at your Ward polling place.
(Don't know where to vote? Look-up your polling place here.)

All polling places will be open from 7:00am-8:00pm
You may register to vote and vote at your polling place on Election Day.

Sample Ballots - State Primary Election (see Upcoming Elections for more information)
Sample Ballot - School Budget Validation Referendum
FY25 School Budget Fiscal Notice

NEW IN 2024 - Maine has transitioned from a closed primary system to a semi-open primary. Unenrolled voters (those not affiliated or enrolled in a political party) will now be able to participate in primaries and select the primary party ballot of their choice without having to enroll in that party. Voters that are enrolled in a party may only vote in that party's primary. Enrolled voters do not have the option to select another party's ballot unless they unenroll or change enrollment at least 15 days before the primary election date. A voter must remain in a party for 3 months before changing parties or unenrolling.

Last day for Mailed In/Online/3rd Party Voter Registration Applications to be received by the City Clerk's office  (after this date, only in-person voter registration may be done at the City Clerk's office until election day) May 21
Deadline to withdraw or change party enrollment before the June 11 Primary (if changes are made after this date, those changes will not take effect until after the Primary election)           May 24
Deadline to request an absentee ballot (without special circumstances)                                                    June 6

Deadline absentee ballots must be received by the City Clerk's office

        June 11
      at 8:00 PM
Voters who are uncertain of their voter enrollment status are encouraged to contact the Office of the City Clerk by calling
333-6601 ext. 1121 or 1124

July 9, 2024:  Special Municipal Election to Fill the Vacant School Committee At-large Seat
All Wards will vote at Auburn Hall, 60 Court Street (Council Chambers)
Voting will be open from 7:00am-8:00pm


Thomas A. LaJudice

Olivia J. Rich

Cassidy Weisner

November 5, 2024General Election (Presidential)