June 14, 2022 State Primary and RSU#1 District Budget Validation Referendum
Bath Middle School, 6 Old Brunswick Road
May 14 – Absentee voting begins
If you requested your ballot, we will mail it to you. If you would like to vote absentee in person, you may do so at the City Clerk’s office at City Hall, 55 Front Street, starting Monday, May 16 and any time the City Clerk’s office is open: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-12pm and 1pm-4:30p.
May 24 – Last day for Registrar’s office to receive mail-in voter cards
After this date, voter registration changes and enrollments must be done in person
May 27 – Voters changing Party must do so by this date to participate in the June Primary
Voters must be enrolled in a party in order to receive that party’s Primary (candidate) ballot. If changing from G, D or R to another party, this change needs to be made by May 27. Unenrolled voters who are not enrolled in a party may enroll in a party and vote in the Primary at any time including on Election Day. Not sure what party you’re enrolled in? Please call our office at (207) 443-8332 to confirm your party enrollment prior to this date!
June 9 – Last day an absentee ballot may be requested without special circumstances
June 14 - Election Day! Polling place will be open from 8:00am-8:00pm.
Absentee ballots must be returned to 6 Old Brunswick Road by 8:00pm
New voters may register to vote and vote at the polling place on Election Day. Unenrolled voters may enroll in a party and vote in the Primary at the polling place on Election Day. Unenrolled voters who remain unenrolled will only receive the RSU#1 ballot.
Questions regarding elections or voter registration can be directed to the City of Bath Clerk’s Office at (207) 443-8332 or email@example.com