News Feature

State of Maine
Originally published in The Weekly Packet, November 1, 2018
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 - Blue Hill Peninsula

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Voting is perhaps the easiest way to participate in our democracy. Election Day is November 6. Citizens can register to vote on any day, including Election Day, in the town they reside in if they are at least 18 years old and a United States citizen. When registering in person, you must show proof of residency. Check out our Election Archives for all the election information you need at http://penobscotbaypress.com/news/archives/2018/election-2018-archive-nov/

Voting is perhaps the easiest way to participate in our democracy.

Citizens can register to vote on any day, including Election Day, in the town they reside in if they are at least 18 years old and a United States citizen. When registering in person, you must show proof of residency.

Independent candidate for governor Alan Caron withdrew October 29 but his name will still appear on the ballot.

Where to vote

Polls are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Blue Hill: Upstairs at the town office, 18 Union St.
Brooklin: Town office, 23 Bay Rd.
Brooksville: Public service building, 1 Townhouse Rd.
Sedgwick: Town House, 574 N. Sedgwick Rd.
Surry: Town hall meeting room, 741 N. Bend Rd.

Candidates

U.S. Senate: Eric Brakey (Republican), Angus King (independent), Zak Ringelstein (Democrat). Will use ranked choice voting.
U.S. House of Representatives, District 2: Tiffany Bond (independent), Jared Golden (Democrat), William Hoar (independent), Bruce Poliquin (Republican). Will use ranked choice voting.
Governor: Alan Caron (independent, withdrew candidacy), Teresea “Terry” Hayes (independent), Janet Mills (Democrat), Shawn Moody (Republican)
Maine Senate District 7: Louie Luchini (Democrat), Richard Malaby (Republican)
Maine House District 133: Nancy Colwell (Republican), Sarah Pebworth (Democrat)
County Commissioner: Percy Brown (Republican), John Wombacher (Democrat)
District Attorney: Matt Foster (Republican), Steven Juskewitch (independent)
Judge of Probate: William Blaisdell (Republican), Lynne Williams (Democrat)
Sheriff: Scott Kane (Republican)
Registrar of Deeds: Julie Curtis (Republican)

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