Americans for CItizen Voting



State Constitution

The Maine Constitution states: “Every citizen of the United States”

News of Interest

March 10, 2022: “Portland’s Charter Commission Wednesday night advanced a proposal that would allow non-citizen residents to vote in municipal elections.” Read more

November 21, 2021: “Portland’s Charter Commission Election Committee is considering a proposal to let all adult residents vote in municipal elections, whether they are citizens or not. Universal resident voting would allow asylum seekers, permanent residents and other immigrants vote for city elections and ballot initiatives.” Read More

Legislative Watch

2021–22 (session Dec 2, 2020–Jun 16, 2021) – LD. 107/HP. 73: “Only a citizen of the United States may vote in a state, county or municipal or other local election.”

March 11, 2021: House/Senate Final Disposition Accepted Majority ONTP (Ought not to pass) (Dead)

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