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VOTE EARLY:

We are working hard to keep all Voters safe during the on-going Pandemic. The best way to stay safe is to vote early, which 89 Maidstone voters have already done. 

To vote early 
    (1) Mark your ballots 
    (2) seal it in the General Election Voted Ballot Envelope 
    (3) fill out the outside of the envelope 
    (4)seal it in the Return Envelope 
and bring it to Town Hall where you can hand deliver it if we are here or you can use the Ballot Drop Box 24/7. 

On Election day you can bring your ballot either filled in or blank and be able to vote. The Polls on Election Day will be open from 10am to 7pm. If you do not bring your ballot, because you did not receive one, you misplaced it, or threw it out, you will be asked to fill out an Affidavit of No Ballot Cast then you will be given a replacement ballot.


Election Results - General Election Nov 3, 2020

posted Nov 3, 2020, 7:01 PM by Amy Pear

U.S.President
Biden 67
Blankenship 1
Duncan  1
Trump 74
Pete Buttigieg 2

Representative to Congress
Becker 1
Berry  68
Horne 1
Orr  1
Welch  64

Governor
Devost  2
Hoyt   2
Scott   121
Zuckerman  12

Lieutenant Governor
Billado III - 1
Ericson    3
Gray    45
Milne   88

State Treasurer
Branagan  65
Pearce  54
Wright  16

Secretary of State
Condos  61
Ericson  3
Paige  63
Smith 4

Auditor of Accounts
Ericson  15
Hoffer  108

Attorney General 
Donovan  66
Ericson  3
Paige 63

State Senator
Horton  36
Ingalls  52
Morin  42
Rogers 28
Starr   53

State Representative
Bissonnette  64
Williams    72

High Bailiff
Amos Colby  1
Bruce Hobaugh 3
Cheryl McVetty 1
Roger Irwin  1
Steve Fogg 2
Valery Foy 3
Vince Illuzie 1

Justice of the Peace 
Lynn Emery  88
Bruce Hobaugh  32
Cheryl McVetty 79
Laurie-Ann Snowman  74
Gail Tattan-Giampaolo  99

Maidstone Town Hall is Voter Ready

posted Nov 2, 2020, 1:38 PM by Amy Pear   [ updated Nov 2, 2020, 1:43 PM ]


BYOB - Bring Your Own Ballot with you Election Day

MASKS ARE REQUIRED for entering Town Hall to vote.

Voters will be allowed to enter the building as long as we have not met our 7 person maximum capacity.  Please follow social distancing guides. 
Poll Workers will check you in. If you do not have your ballot with you a poll worker will require you to fill out an Affidavit of No Vote Cast and then will issue you a replacement ballot.
If you have already filled out your ballot you can proceed to the exiting checklist Poll Worker, where you will place your ballot in the Ballot Box.
For voting on an unfilled out ballot we have two voting booth, we also have an Omni-ballot voting system for anyone that wishes to use it. All voting booths will be disinfected in-between voters.

Voting hours are 10:00am - 7:00PM and the Ballot Drop Box will also be available until 6:45pm

CAUTION: WHILE DRIVING ON MAIDSTONE LAKE ROAD

posted Oct 30, 2020, 6:37 AM by Amy Pear   [ updated Oct 30, 2020, 9:08 AM ]

UPDATE: Roadwork will begin on Monday.

Please be cautious and considerate while driving on Maidstone Lake Road as road maintenance grader will be arriving.  The Grader will begin working on the road today (October 30, 2020).

Thank you in advance for your consideration

Hiring for Grant Work

posted Oct 12, 2020, 9:27 AM by Amy Pear

Maidstone Town Hall is looking to hire a few people for data entry work between now and November 1st, hours and times are flexible. Contact Amy at 802-676-3210 or maidstonetownclerk@gmail.com.

New information (10/8/20)

posted Oct 8, 2020, 8:08 AM by Amy Pear

What's New

Ballot Drop Box has been installed at Town Hall and has already received its first Ballots. Please refer to the Latest News Tab for more information on voting.  Updates will come regularly. Please be advised there was an error in the printing on the back of our ballots, you are permitted to vote for not more than five (5) Justice of the Peace, not 3 as stated.

The Town of Maidstone is looking for contractor bids on a small construction project, a cricket, at town hall. Please contact the clerk to make an appointment for a site visit and details.

CAUTION: Anyone driving on Maidstone Lake Road please be respectful of the construction site and workers, as they are installing a new culvert.  The construction work began today (10/8/20) and will continue for approximately two weeks.  

BCA MEETING (Re-opening) October 8, 2020

posted Oct 3, 2020, 10:20 AM by Amy Pear


General Election 2020 Update

posted Oct 1, 2020, 11:20 AM by Amy Pear

In addition to the Voting Guide please be aware that the ballots for Maidstone have an error in the Justice of the Peace section. The Secretary of State says, "Vote for Not More than THREE", this is an Error. The correction should be "Vote for Not More than FIVE".

You have three options for your absentee ballot:
        1) You can Mail it
        2) You can drop it off at Town Hall
                            (or)
        3) You can bring it with you on election day

Please check for regular updates as we are working on a voting in person plan.

Recycle Pick up this week

posted Sep 21, 2020, 11:13 AM by Amy Pear

Due to unforeseeable circumstances, the recycle pick up will be later than normal today. It will be picked up.

Town Hall COVID Update and Hours

posted Sep 8, 2020, 8:12 AM by Amy Pear   [ updated Sep 8, 2020, 8:13 AM ]


Zoning Board position available

posted Aug 6, 2020, 8:41 AM by Amy Pear

Town of Maidstone is looking for someone to take minutes for the Zoning Board (maybe be an alternate member). Please email maidstonetownclerk@gmail.com if you are interested!

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