Mayor Carl L. Sheline, through a non-partisan get out the vote campaign called Lewiston Votes, is encouraging Lewiston residents to register and vote this November.
"Voting is fundamental to our democracy. When you exercise your right to vote, you increase your civic investment and pride. Your vote makes a difference in this community," said Mayor Sheline.
Mayor Sheline noted that the campaign includes a poster suitable for hanging in business windows, break room bulletin boards, and the kitchen fridge to help remind Lewiston people to exercise their right to vote. "If you have an issue you care about and want to make your voice heard, make sure you vote," Mayor Sheline continued. "Your vote is what keeps our democracy going."
Voting in Lewiston Details
Residents can access information on registering to vote in Lewiston by contacting the City Clerk's Office (contact information below) up to and including Election Day, November 8. Residents may also order their absentee ballot by ordering it online, printing out an application, or calling the City Clerk's Office by Thursday, November 3, by 4:00 pm.
For more information about voting in person, voter registration, election results and more, please visit www.lewistonmaine.gov/elections.
City Clerk Office Contact Details
Location: Second Floor of Lewiston City Hall; 27 Pine Street
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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