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NO EXCUSES: Canvass, call, and text to get out the vote!

The Nov. 3, 2020 election is just around the corner and Mainers are getting out the vote to support their favorite candidates up and down the ballot. QUICK ACTION: Help make the change you want to see in government by volunteering for a canvass or phone or text bank!

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MAINE VOTES 2020 FAQ: Your Questions Answered

Mainers have voting questions. We have answers. This FAQ guide was created by and for Maine’s 2020 voters, with answers informed by Maine’s Secretary of State. Get all the information you need to cast your ballot safely and securely in the 2020 election.

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MAINE VOTES 2020 Guide: Who’s on the ballot, GOTV, and more

Everything we’ve done for the past three years comes down to this year’s elections. We’re ready, and with this guide, you will be, too. Learn who’s on the ballot, review incumbents’ voting records, volunteer to help turn out the vote, sign up to be a poll worker or poll observer, and find information on voter registration.

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THE CASE AGAINST TRUMP – A Shortlist

It’s easy to lose track of all the unconscionable actions Trump has taken in office and the real harm he has caused. Here’s a condensed refresher of Trump’s worst attributes, and the receipts to prove why a vote for Trump in 2020 is utterly indefensible.
UPDATE: Trump paid just $750 in taxes in 2016 and 2017, his colossal debts pose a grave national security risk, he refuses to commit to a peaceful post-election transfer of power, and he refuses to condemn white supremacists.

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THE CASE AGAINST SUSAN COLLINS

After promising to only serve two terms, Sen. Susan Collins is now running for her fifth. That’s not the only promise she’s broken. Use this resource to look beyond the flashy ads and examine Collins’ increasingly partisan record on important issues for yourself.
Learn about Collins’ support for Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Amy Cony Barrett, her role in the current USPS crisis, her opposition to extending additional $600 in unemployed insurance to laid-off workers, and more.

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SHARE YOUR OPINION: Letter to the Editor Guide

Letters to the editor are one of the most effective ways to share your concerns about important issues with fellow constituents locally and across the state.
QUICK ACTION: Find tips on writing effective letters, contact info for Maine newspapers, and more in our LTE Guide!

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EARTH DAY EVERY DAY: 50 tips to help the planet

In April, the world celebrated the 50th Earth Day. We’ve compiled a list of 50 easy and creative lifestyle changes to help you live lighter on the planet.
QUICK ACTION: Read the list and celebrate Earth Day every day!

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Speed Dial Congress

Sen. Angus King, Jr. (I):
(202) 224-5344
Sen. Susan Collins (R):
(202) 224-2523
Rep. Chellie Pingree (D):
(202) 225-6116
Rep. Jared Golden (D):
(202) 225-6306

For full contact info, including numbers for district offices in Maine, visit the Civic Dashboard.

Speed Dial Maine Legislature

Maine House:
1-800-423-2900 
Maine Senate:
1-800-423-6900
TTY: Use Maine Relay 711

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