Elections within the City of Brewer are managed by the City Clerk’s office.
Election results will be posted here as soon as they are available.
The next scheduled election is: The City of Brewer Annual Municipal Election and State of Maine Referendum Election to be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
How do I register to vote?
You can register to vote at the City Clerk’s office during normal office hours or at the polls on election day. Please bring proof of identification and proof of Brewer residency (e.g. utility bill, vehicle registration, bank statement).
Where do I vote?
Voting in Brewer is held on election day at the Joseph L. Ferris Community Center, located at 318 Wilson Street. Polling hours are 7:00am to 8:00pm.
How do I request an absentee ballot?
Absentee ballots may be requested beginning three months before election day, and up until the third business day prior to the election. Make your request early to allow enough time for the ballot to be mailed to you.
Request your ballot:
- By email, via the State of Maine’s Absentee Ballot Request page.
- Download the Application for Absentee Ballot here once it is available. Completed forms can be mailed to:
80 North Main Street
Brewer ME 04412
- Absentee ballot applications are also available at the City Clerk’s office during normal office hours.
The City of Brewer
The City of Brewer is a part of the following State of Maine Legislative Districts:
Congressional District 2
State Senate District 10
State House of Representatives District 20
and State House of Representatives District 24
County Commissioner District 1
The City of Brewer Annual Municipal Election is held every November. Special elections may be called throughout the year.
At the upcoming Annual Municipal Election on November 7, 2023, the following races will be on the ballot:
For Member of the City Council (three-year term), one seat:
For Superintending School Committee (three-year term), two seats:
Jacob D. Cross
Mark S. Farley
For Trustee of the Brewer High School District (five-year term), one seat:
Manley G. DeBeck, Jr.