9/6: The Maine legislature has decided to allow citizens to use ranked-choice voting in the 2020 presidential elections.
8/30: The Maine Heritage Policy Center sent a letter to Democratic Governor Janet Mills urging her to veto a bill that would expand ranked-choice voting in the state.
8/1: Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap said it was disappointing that the Senate failed to pass any of the bipartisan bills that were meant to secure election integrity in America.
6/21: Governor Janet Mills signed the state's new automatic voter registration law, making it the 17th state that automatically registers voters.
6/19: The Maine legislature is considering a bill that would introduce ranked-choice voting before the 2020 Presidential election.
6/10: Democrats in Maine are hoping to have automatic voter registration up and running in the state by 2022.
6/6: Maine considers adopting a bill that would begin Automatic Voter Registration.
5/11: Maine lawmakers are debating a constitutional amendment that would keep noncitizens from voting.
3/1: The Maine legislature failed to pass a voter ID bill.
2/9: Maine Clean Elections Act was meant to help keep PACs out of our elections, but it became a welfare program for candidates.