June 2019 Elections, ballots, budgets and warrants


June is when Maine citizens weigh how much to spend on school budgets, and polls are open in many towns for voters to cast ballots on other municipal business.

While individual municipalities hold their annual meetings at various times during the year (some are in March, others in May, still others in June), a number of them now hold town meetings soon after the June elections are held.

This year, June 11 is the day for local elections and secret ballot articles on ordinance amendments, as well as school budgets.  

This page collects all of the June polling and town meeting information. Scroll through to find your town and learn what’s in front of voters. 

All elections will be held June 11, except for Northport which votes June 1. Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. To locate your town’s polling location, visit the “Where to Vote” links on the right sidebar. 

The State of Maine provides an online service to request absentee ballots. The ballots are sent via postal mail and must be returned to municipal clerks by 8 p.m. on Election Day. Voters may also contact their municipal offices, as well, to get absentee ballots.


Town Meetings, Municipal and School Budgets, Warrants and Candidates 

Below are local municipalities holding elections and have ballot questions, as well as town meetings, in June.

KNOX and WALDO COUNTIES, plus Waldoboro (in Lincoln County)



Annual Town Meeting, June 12, Appleton Village School, 7 p.m.

Abundance of municipal seat openings on Appleton ballot


Annual Town Meeting, June 12, Camden Opera House, 7 p.m.

Camden voters to consider rules for commercial marijuana cultivation, littering, formula restaurants

A lean roster of candidates running for Camden’s open municipal, school seats


No annual town meeting in June.

Freedom voters considering two select board recall petitions


Annual Town Meeting, June 13, Hope Elementary School, 6:30 p.m.

Four Hope citizens step forward to run for two open select board seats


Annual Town Meeting, June 13, Lincolnville Central School, 6 p.m.

Lincolnville candidates for select board, school committee running unopposed


Annual Town Meeting, June 3, at the Edna Drinkwater School, 7 p.m.

Northport proposes amending harbor, building, administrative, special amusement ordinances

Three uncontested races on Northport’s June ballot


Annual Town Meeting, June 12, Rockport Opera House, 7 p.m.

$4.5 million Route 1 sewer proposal, harbor, food sovereignty ordinances head to Rockport voters

Proposed Rockport ordinance limiting marijuana cultivation for personal use draws criticism.

Few to none step up to run for municipal office in Rockport 

Rockport Municipal Warrant

Rockport’s explanation of its ordinance amendments

Denise Munger: Why I am running for seat on Rockport Select Board


Annual Town Meeting, June 15, Town Office (Downstairs), 9 a.m.

Two eye Stockton Springs select board seat, Thompson seeks reelection as fire chief

Stockton Springs to vote on five ordinance amendments, one new ordinance


Annual Town Meeting, June 12, American Legion Hall, 7 p.m.

Four seek Thomaston Select Board positions

On the issues: Thomaston Select Board Candidate Patricia Hubbard

On the issues: Thomaston Select Board Candidate Charlie Frattini

On the issues: Thomaston Select Board Candidate Sandra Moore

On the issues: Thomaston Select Board Candidate Bill Hahn

Thomaston voters to decide future of town police department

Thomaston voters to consider six ordinance amendments


Annual Town Meeting, June 17, Town Office, 7 p.m.

Three municipal seats available in Union

Union set to vote on canine control, land use, subdivision ordinances


Annual Town Meeting, June 17, Vinalhaven School, 7 p.m.

Four uncontested races on Vinalhaven ballot


Waldoboro contemplates Tax Increment Financing, two ordinance amendments

Select Board’s race highlights Waldoboro’s June ballot


Annual Town Meeting, June 18, Warren Community School, 7 p.m.

Three vying for Warren selectmen seat, no candidates for school board

On the issues: Warren Select Board Candidate Richard ‘Rick’ Butler



No annual town meeting in June.

Washington voters consider mining, subdivision ordinance amendments


Annual Town Meeting, June 13, Wagner Middle School, 7:30 p.m.

Two Town Council seats highlight Winterport ballot



Five Towns Consolidated School District
Camden Hills Regional High School

Five Town CSD budget up 3 percent

Islesboro Public Schools
Islesboro Central

No school budget information was provided.

Northport Public Schools
Edna Drinkwater School

Northport voters consider $330K school budget increase

Regional School Unit 3
Monroe Elementary, Morse Memorial, Mount View Elementary, Mount View High, Mount View Middle, Troy Elementary, Unity, Walker Elementary

RSU 3 eyes slight budget reduction

Regional School Unit 12
Palmero Consolidated

RSU 12 proposes 3.6 percent budget increase

Regional School Unit 13
Ash Point Community, Cushing Community, Oceanside High, Oceanside Middle, Thomaston Grammar, South

RSU 13 proposes budget increase of 7.4 percent

Regional School Unit 20
Searsport Elementary, Searsport District Middle, Searsport District High

Slim increase proposed for RSU 20 budget

Regional School Unit 22
Leroy H. Smith, Samuel L. Wagner Middle

RSU 22 proposes 4.06 percent increase

Regional School Unit 40
Friendship Village, Medomak Middle, Medomak Valley, Miller, Prescott Memorial, Union Elementary, Warren Community

RSU 40 budget proposal includes 5.7 percent increase

Regional School Unit 71
Ames Elementary, Belfast Area High, Captain Albert Stevens Elementary, East Belfast Elementary, Gladys Weymouth Elementary, Kermit Nickerson Elementary, Troy Howard Middle

RSU 71 proposes school budget increase of 2.35 percent

School Administrative District 7
North Haven Community

MSAD 7 proposes budgeting $2.1 million for upcoming school year

School Administrative District 8
Vinalhaven School

MSAD 8 proposes 5 percent increase

School Administrative District 28
Camden-Rockport Elementary, Camden-Rockport Middle

Proposed SAD 28 budget reflects 8 percent increase; debt service up 25 percent

St. George Municipal School Unit
St. George School

St. George proposes 14.25 percent school budget increase

Union 69
Appleton Village, Hope Elementary, Lincolnville Central

Appleton proposes 8.17 percent school budget increase

Hope considers $530K school budget increase

Lincolnville considers 5.81 percent school budget increase