Selfies and Election Day, it was a combination just waiting to happen. Election Day 2016 is all the buzz with Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton and the selfie craze is still going strong. However, is it legal to take a selfie with your filled out ballot and to post it on social media? It depends what state you live in.
Election Day 2016 is just three weeks away and we've been taking a closer look at the five citizen initiative questions and one bond question that Mainers will be voting on. Today we take a closer look at Maine Ballot Question 4 'Maine Minimum Wage Increase' question.
November 8, 2016 is Election Day in Maine and Mainers will be voting on five citizen initiative questions and one bond question. We've been feature these questions right here and today we take a closer look at ballot question 3.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2016 and the Presidential election is getting most of the attention. Mainers will also be voting on five citizen initiative questions and one bond question. Today, we take a closer look at citizen initiative Question 2.
Election day is Tuesday, November 8th and while the Presidential election has been getting the most attention, Mainers will be voting on five citizen initiative questions and one bond issue. We will focus on each of these six ballot questions to help you become more informed before you go to vote.
Today is election in day in Maine. There are five bond issues for voters, so those will be on everyone’s ballots. If you community has any local races or issues you will find those on your ballot as well. Not sure where you need to go to vote? Find your location here. According to what I was reading at Maine.gov, you are not registered to vote as of Election Day, you can register on Election Day and vote. You must register in person and must show ID and proof of where you live, but you can do it.
It may be an off-year election but that doesn’t mean you should stay home and sit this election out. On November 5th you have a say on whether to spend many millions of state dollars on colleges, roads and the Maine National Guard.
Why do we call voting a “civic duty?” I like voting, or maybe obsess or love it. I think it’s an exciting event. After all of the drama of the primaries, advertising, debates, mailers, robo-calls, etc. it’s go time!
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