Maine GOP Announces Caucus Sites, Schedules
This is Your chance to make your voice heard on who will be the next President of the United States.
People all across Maine will gather at 22 unique, regional sites to cast votes in the Maine Republican 2016 Caucus and help choose our next President.
Make sure your voice is heard and counted on Saturday, March 5th!
Sites and schedules for 14 counties just released
AUGUSTA – The Maine GOP today officially announced caucus sites and schedules for fourteen of Maine’s sixteen counties. These sites and schedules, with a listing of municipalities participating at each site, is available at mainegop.com/caucus
“With a strong anticipated turnout, we have worked with local Republican officials to provide the most suitable venue in each caucus region to give Republicans not only a place to securely cast a ballot for their preferred Presidential candidate, but also to meet and work with other local Republicans to build a stronger grassroots network,” said Maine GOP Chairman Rick Bennett.
“Caucuses are a wonderful opportunity to meet and network with other Republicans, listen to important speeches, and get to know your local candidates. We encourage Republicans across Maine to fully embrace this opportunity to help build the Maine GOP stronger from the grassroots up,” said Mr. Bennett.
“Each site will have a one hour voter registration/enrollment period for voters who are currently registered as ‘unenrolled’ and those who are not registered to vote. Immediately following this hour, each site will have three hours in which Republicans from those municipalities can cast a ballot for President,” said Mr. Bennett.
“While we have built a system to ensure every Republican, especially young families and those with tight schedules, have a chance to vote in the Presidential race, we strongly encourage Republicans to listen to speeches from the Presidential campaigns, and visit with our many wonderful Republican candidates and committees at the caucus sites before casting their Presidential ballots,” concluded Mr. Bennett.
The two remaining county caucus (Cumberland County and York County) site locations and schedules will be announced pending finalization of schedule details.