the Candidate Night Forum is tomorrow night (Wednesday the 20th) @ 6pm at the Town Hall Council Chambers. It will be streamed live and available on Comcast channel 22. (see the page below for links) It will be a great chance to hear from all four candidates.
Today is National Voter Registration Day and I’m pleased to be running for Kittery Town Council in the upcoming November 2nd election.
I’m grateful for all of the encouragement and support that I’ve received so far. I look forward to meeting more of my neighbors and learning what you want to see in Kittery’s town government and future.
If you’re not already registered to vote, please see the the helpful info from the Maine Secretary of State below.
Thanks to all my friends and neighbors for the encouragement and inspiration to run for Kittery Town Council.
Win or lose, the most important thing is that everyone should vote !
Last Monday was Memorial Day, and this last Sunday was the 77th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Both should serve as reminders of all the men and women that fought and died to preserve democracy – I think we honor them best by protecting our neighbors’ right to vote and by voting ourselves.
We’re one week from election day in Kittery! The next 48 hours are critical if you’re not certain to have time to vote in person at the polls next Tuesday (the 8th) and want to vote early (via absentee).
Here are the important details:
Wednesday the 2nd (Tomorrow):
8am – 6pm @ Town Hall- Request & Pickup an Absentee Ballot (to return later, or immediately to vote early!) Update your voter registration information or register to vote if you’re a new voter
6pm – 7pm – Extra Hour for Voter Registration Night at Town Hall – Request & Pickup an Absentee Ballot (to return later, or immediately to vote early!) Update your voter registration information or register to vote if you’re a new voter
Thursday the 3rd:
8am – 6pm @ Town Hall – Request & Pickup an Absentee Ballot (to return later, or immediately to vote early!) Update your voter registration information or register to vote if you’re a new voter
** The deadline to request/pickup an absentee ballot is Thursday at 6pm ** (you can request online, via email or phone – but your best bet is to come in person to avoid any postal delays)
Once you have your absentee ballot, can you drop it off at Town Hall (via the drop box out front) until 6pm on Monday the 7th
What a terrific Candidate’s Night ! Thank you to Traip Academy student council and to everyone that has already watched. If you haven’t already – please take a look below and please be sure to vote on June 8th.
The June 8th election is fast approaching. If you’re not 100% certain you’ll be able to vote in person (at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Rd – between 8am and 8pm on Tuesday June 8th) the town makes it simple to vote by mail with an absentee ballot.