You must (1) be at least 18 years old and (2) registered in the community in which you reside. Please see the State of Maine Voter Guide for more information about voter eligibility & residency.
To Register to Vote
You must (1) be a U.S. citizen; (2) be at least 17 years old; and (3) reside in Maine. You will need to bring photo ID and proof of residency, such as a driver’s license or current utility bill. If you have no proof of residency, you will be asked to sign an affidavit affirming your residency status.
You can register to vote on the day of an election. Voter registration is done at your local Town Office, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles, some social service agencies and at voter registration drives.
Under Maine’s current law, any registered voter may vote absentee, however absentee ballots are only able to be issued until three business days prior to the election. Registered voters in the Town of Gray may vote absentee in person at the Town Office. Absentee ballots may also be requested by telephone or by submitting an application. Voters may request an application through the Gray Town Office or request an absentee ballot through the State of Maine website.
For more information contact the Town Office at 657-3339.
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens
Information on voter registration and absentee ballots is available through the Federal Voting Assistance Program.
|Deborah Cabana||Registrar of Voters||(207) 657-3339|
|Ann Elkanich||Deputy Registrar of Voters||(207) 657-3339 ext. 102|
|Kailey Hanley||Deputy Registrar of Voters||(207) 657-3339 ext. 107|
|Judith Rand||Deputy Registrar of Voters||(207) 657-3339 ext. 105|
|Cynthia Schaeffer||Deputy Registrar of Voters||(207) 657-3339 ext. 104|