Elections & Voter Registration
RECENT ELECTION RESULTS
Election results from previous elections may be found in our archives section
All Local, State & Federal Elections are administered and supervised by the City Clerk.
Usually there is a Primary Election in June. This election is for the purpose of electing Town Council and School Board members. There is generally a State election held on the first Tuesday of November of each year.
|All wards in the city vote at the Saco Community Center, 75 Franklin Street. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.|
If you have questions about which voting district you are in, you may search by street by using our Ward Search tool.
How do I register to vote?
You must be at least 17 years old to complete a voter registration application and at least 18 years old to actually vote.
Where do I go to register?
You may register to vote at your city hall, through any motor Vehicle branch office or at voter registration drives. Completed voter registration cards may be delivered by hand or mailed to the city clerk's office.
What ward do I live in?
You can search for your ward by street by following this link
You can download the city ward map (750K, in Adobe Acrobat format) by following this link.
For more information about registration, statewide referenda and candidates, we suggest the Maine Secretary of State's Elections page.
Information on how to be a write-in candidate and how to vote for one may be found by following this link.
Citizens who are going to be unable to vote at the polling place on election day may vote by absentee ballot.
You may request an absentee ballot from the City Clerk's Office in City Hall, 300 Main St., by:
More information about absentee balloting may be found by following this link.
Copies of the voter list are available at the Clerk's office.
- Voter List - (per ward) $40.00
- Voter list - (per district) $75.00
- Voter list - (Complete) $100.00
- Ward maps $5.00
Results from previous elections, as well as links to ballots and background material may be found in our election archives.