Voter Registration & Elections
The State of Maine allows residents to register to vote anytime, including the day of the election. Greenville residents may register to vote in person at the Town Clerk’s office anytime; or when changing or renewing a driver’s license at the Registry of Motor Vehicles at least 25 days prior to an election. You must be at least 17 years old to complete a voter registration and at least 18 years old to actually vote.
Proof of residency and proof of identity is required, e.g. driver’s license showing physical street address in Greenville; photo identification and document with voter’s name and physical address.
Residence for voting purposes as defined in M.R.S.A. Title 21A Sec. 112, is that place where the person has established a fixed and principal home to which the person, whenever temporarily absent, intends to return. Under this definition, residence is something a person establishes, not something a person chooses. While the definition includes the person’s “intent to return” to a residence, it makes it clear that the residence must in fact exist, and the person must have established it as a fixed and principal home.
Visit the State of Maine website for voter registration information.
Absentee Ballot Application Request & Procedures
Absentee ballot application requests are available 90 days before election date. Visit the Greenville Town Office to obtain an application.
There are two different elections held annually.
Municipal Elections are held annually the 2nd Tuesday in June. At this election you may cast your ballot for town officials, school committee members, sanitary district and any town or state referendums this is also when the state primary elections are held. Polls open at 8am and close at 8pm and are held at the Municipal Meeting Hall.
The General Election is the state/federal general election which is held on the Tuesday following the first Monday of November. Polls open at 8am and close at 8pm and are held at the Municipal Meeting Hall. For more information about registration, statewide referenda & candidates we suggest you visit the Maine Secretary of State’s Election Page.