Augusta Voters will vote at the following locations based on residence address:
Ward 1 – Buker Community Center – 22 Armory Street
Ward 2 – Augusta City Center – 16 Cony Street
Ward 3 – Augusta Civic Center – 76 Community Drive
Ward 4 – Cony High School – 40 Pierce Drive

Due to COVID-19, voters are encouraged to wear face coverings at the polling places. Voters are being encouraged to consider voting by absentee ballot to reduce exposure to COVID-19 for themselves and the election staff.

To have your vote count, all ballots must be returned by 8:00 PM on Election Day.

All absentee ballots must be received by 8:00 PM on Election Day for your ballot to count.
If dropping off Absentee ballots on Election Day they may be delivered to:
 Augusta City Center - Second Floor - Clerk's Office or voters may use the outside drop box at Augusta City Center.

      Accessible Ballots:

If you are a voter with a disability that makes it difficult for you to use a paper ballot, you can request an accessible ballot by one of the following:
Local Elections Only: Contact the City Clerk's Office at 207-626-2310 or Email your request to electionballot@augustamaine.gov
For State & Local Elections combined: Accessible Ballot

NEW:  Accessible Electronic Absentee Ballots available through the State's online absentee ballot request site. The following procedure will be used for accessible electronic absentee ballots for a voter: 

  • Step 1: The Voter requests an accessible absentee ballot and gives the Clerk their email address.
  • Step 2. The Clerk provides IVS with the Voter's name and district.
  • Step 3: IVS generates a ballot. 
  • Step 4: The Clerk emails the voter the ballot with instructions.  

Ranked-choice voting in Maine (explainer animation):Cartoon Image of the RCV video link

This animated video provides voters with an explanation of the voting process, tabulation and all  other aspects of voting in an RCV election.
Rank Choice Information -  click here.
Frequently asked questions -  click here.
Instructions for ranked choice -  click here.

For more information regarding the State Election, please click here.

Election Results:
March 22, 2022 - Special Municipal Referendum Election
November 2, 2021
- State Referendum & Special Legislative Election
November 2, 2021 - Municipal Candidate Election
June 15, 2021 - School Budget Validation & Special Referendum Election

November 3, 2020 - General Election and City of Augusta's Municipal Election

Certified Voting Results for July 14, 2020   
Certified Voting Results for March 3, 2020 Election
Certified Voting Results for Nov 5, 2019 Election

Contact the City Clerk & Registrar with your questions!
City Center Plaza
2nd Floor
16 Cony Street
Augusta, ME 04330
(207) 626-2310
(207) 620-8127
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday, 7:45AM - 4:30PM
Email Inquiries:
City Clerk & Registrar of Voters: Kelly Gooldrup

Where do I find election results?

Placement of Political Signs

Where do I vote on Election Day?