TOWN OF CUMBERLAND
March 5, 2024
- Sample Municipal Ballot
- Sample Democratic Presidential Primary Ballot
- Sample Republican Presidential Primary Ballot
The regular office hours of the Voter Registrar/Town Clerk’s Office, 290 Tuttle Road, are:
- Monday-Wednesday 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Questions about the upcoming election? Contact the Town Clerk’s Office at 829-5559 or e-mail the Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DON’T MISS THE DATE! IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Absentee Ballots for the March 5, 2024, Presidential Primary and Municipal Referendum will available at the Town Clerk’s Office at Cumberland Town Hall, during all regular business hours, starting February 5th. Registered voters may vote in person or receive a ballot by mail.
- Online: Request your Absentee Ballot online and we will mail it directly to you!
- Over the Phone: Call the Clerk's Office at 829-5559 to request your ballot be mailed to you! Telephone requests must be made by the voter only.
- In Person: Stop by Town Hall to pick up ballots for yourself/immediate family members (spouse, child, parent, sister/brother) or vote your own ballot in person.
- Local Absentee Ballot's only: Call or stop in and see the Clerk's.
Registering to Vote
Residents can stop by during Town Hall office hours to register to vote or can complete a voter registration card through the mail/drop box. Beginning February 14, 2024, a new registration must occur in person. The voter is required to show satisfactory proof of identity and residency to the Registrar.
Download the Maine Voter Registration Card and fill it out completely. Include copies of the following:
- Proof of Identity (Included, but not limited to, a drivers license, state ID, passport, social security number, or any other government issued identification. Please view the Proof of Identity for Voting Purposes for a complete list.)
- Proof of Residency if your Cumberland address is not listed on your form of ID. (Included, but not limited to, a vehicle registration, hunting/fishing license, utility bill, etc. Please view the Maine Voting Residence Fact Sheet for a complete list.)
REMINDERS TO DO AHEAD OF ELECTION DAY
SAVE TIME DON’T STAND IN LINE
Update changes to your voter record ahead of time!
Name Changes, Address Updates or New Voters may do so during regular business hours to save time on Election Day.