Registrar of Voters

How do I vote in Somerville?

Residents of Somerville may register to vote at the Town Office during normal business hours. You may also register to vote at the polls on Election Day. Please be aware that proof of residency and picture identification is required to register to vote. Proof of residency is any documentation that shows your current Somerville residence address, not a post office box.

Current/Upcoming Election

Our next election is the November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. We will be voting at the Town Office at 72 Sand Hill Rd, Somerville, Maine 04348. Polls will be open from 8:00AM-8:00PM

We are voting at the Town Office and polls will be open on November 3rd 2020 from 8:00AM-8:00PM. If you have an absentee ballot, you may bring those back up until the polls close on November 3rd. Masks (for those who can), physical distancing and hand sanitizer (before entering the building) are required. If you cannot wear a mask, we can do an absentee ballot. Please see the new executive order signed 10/6/2020 by Governor Mills. We will be sanitizing booths and pens after each use. We will have 4 booths available, and will have waiting for 2 in the office. If the booths and office are full, we will ask that folks wait in line on the ramp. The doors will be one way in and one way out.

Absentee Ballot Requests

If you are unable to vote at the polls on Election Day, there are several ways you can request an absentee ballot. The Absentee ballot can be voted at the Town Office during office hours. Registered voters can call the Town Clerk/Registrar at 207-549-3828 and request a ballot over the phone. The Clerk/Registrar will fill out an application and mail the registered voter a ballot. Request for absentee ballots for an immediate family member must be made at the Clerk’s office as these request need to be made in writing. Registered voters may also request an absentee ballot electronically through the Secretary of State’s website. Click here: Once the State-approved form is filled out, the Secretary of State’s office will notify the Clerk for processing and the voter will receive the ballot in the mail. Please call the Town office with any questions.