Dunlap plans sessions on ranked-choice vote

6 years ago

AUGUSTA, Maine – Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap will make four stops across the state in May to provide information to voters regarding the new ranked-choice voting method that will be used in the June 12 Primary Election.

In Aroostook County, Dunlap will visit Presque Isle on Monday, May 21, at the Mark and Emily Turner Memorial Library, 39 Second St., from 4 to 6 p.m.

Dunlap will discuss what voters can expect to see at the polls and how the ranked-choice tabulation will be conducted, and answer voters’ questions. He will remind voters of the related People’s Veto referendum question, which will face voters in a separate ballot on June 12.

He plans other sessions in Biddeford, Bangor and Lewiston, and will offer the presentation on Facebook Live on Thursday, May 24 at 6 p.m., on the Maine Department of the Secretary of State Facebook page.

For more information, visit the secretary of state’s website on the RCV Resources page.