Town of Bradley Maine

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Polling Place:

     Bradley Municipal Building 165B Main Street Bradley ME 04411

     Polling Hours are 8:00 am to 8:00 pm      


Absentee Ballots:

    Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to the election.  You may request a ballot up to ninety days prior to the election.  Voters may obtain an absentee ballot in the following ways:

              -Complete absentee ballot at the Bradley Municipal Building during normal    

                     business hours.

                   -Voter or immediate family member may complete an absentee application and

                     mail to the Town Clerk at PO Box 517 Bradley Me  04411, fax to the Town

                     Clerk at 207-827-7072 or deliver to the Town Clerk's Office

                   -Call the Bradley Municipal Building -207-827-7725

                   -Unrelated 3rd Person may complete application and obtain ballot.

                   -Online Absentee Ballot Request


Voter Registration:

A person must meet the following qualifications to vote in a municipality:


1.  Must be a United States citizen

2.  Must be at least 18 years of age  

     **Note: A 17 year old can vote in a party's Primary Election, if that person is qualified to

         vote, and is registered and enrolled in the applicable party, and if  

         that person will be at least 18 years of age by the date of the next General Election

3.  Must have established and must maintain a voting residence in that municipality

4.  Must be enrolled in a party to vote at a caucus, convention or Primary Election


The Voter Registrar will require Identification and Proof of Residency.



Residents of Bradley may register to vote at the Bradley Municipal Building located at 165B Main Street in Bradley during normal business hours (Tuesday through Friday 7:30 am to 5:30 p.m.)  Residents may also register to vote on Election Day at the Bradley Municipal Building.



Forms Accepted for Identification:

•State of Maine Drivers License or State ID

•Military Identification Card

•Signed Social Security Card


•Certified Birth Certificate



Forms Accepted for Proof of Residency:

•State of Maine Drivers License or State ID

•Utility Bill

•Current Vehicle Registration

•Current Bank Statement

•Government Check

•Payroll Stub

•Welfare Benefit Eligibility Form

•Current Resident Hunting/Fishing License

•Lease or Rent Receipt

•Oath/Affirmation Affidavit signed by applicant under penalty of law (only if the applicant does not have any other form for proof of residency as listed above).

Voter Information

July 14, 2020 State of Maine Primary, Referendum


Town of Bradley Annual Election


The State Primary and Special Referendum Election are Tuesday, July 14.

At this time, both in-person and absentee voting is available for the July 14 election.


For the Town of Bradley, in-person voting will take place on July 14 at the Bradley Municipal Building located at 165B Main Street Bradley.  This location will be open from 8 am until 8pm.


Voters may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person. To minimize interaction with others during this public health pandemic (COVID-19), some voters may prefer voting by absentee ballot.  Casting an absentee ballot is convenient and secure.


Absentee ballots may be requested in writing, by phone, online, or in-person up to and including the day of the election, without specifying a reason.  However, if you are asking to receive your ballot by mail, please request it early enough to allow for postal mail delivery time – both to receive it and return it (2-5 days each way).


• You can request an absentee ballot by calling your Municipal Clerk’s office at 207-827-7725


• You can request an absentee ballot online or by mail from the Secretary of State website.


• Absentee ballot requests are being accepted right now. Printed ballots will be available by mid-June, and we will issue your ballot as soon as possible after that date.  


• Ballots must be returned to the municipal clerk no later than 8:00 pm on Election Day.



Secretary of State Matt Dunlap's Message Regarding the July 14, 2020 Election