PLEDGE: VOTE SAFE. VOTE FROM HOME.

On July 14th Maine will host a primary election in the middle of a pandemic. There's one way to make election day safe and secure for all Mainers: Vote safely, vote from home.  Maine's Secretary of State Matt Dunlap recommends that Maine voters utilize the absentee voting process. 

Mainers like you are pledging to vote safely and vote from home on July 14th. Will you join them and take the pledge? 

You can still vote in person on Election Day but polling locations could be crowded. Volunteer poll workers shouldn't have to be exposed to the risk of COVID-19 and we can't guarantee to stop the spread. But we can vote absentee by mail and keep more Mainers safe on July 14th. 

Take the pledge. Vote safe. Vote from home. 

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