Upcoming Election Information
The next election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
The State ballot will contain candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative, Governor, State Senate Districts 26 & 27, State House Districts 126, 127 & 128, County Commissioner District 4, Sherriff, Judge of Probate, and District Attorney. Visit the Maine Secretary of State's website for more information on the upcoming State election.
The Municipal ballot will contain candidates for Mayor, City Council At-Large, City Council Wards 1, 2 & 5, School Committee At-Large, and School Committee Wards 3 & 4.
Sample Ballots are posted below.
- Ward 1 Sample Ballot
- Ward 2 Sample Ballot
- Ward 3 Sample Ballot
- Ward 4 Sample Ballot
- Ward 5 Sample Ballot
- State Senate 26, State House 126
- State Senate 26, State House 127
- State Senate 26, State House 128
- State Senate 27, State House 126
- State Senate 27, State House 127
- State Senate 27, State House 128
Write In Candidates
Declared Write-in candidates' names do not appear on the ballots, but proper votes for them will be counted. To vote for a declared write in candidate, write their name on the line provided under the race they are running for and fill in the oval next to their name.
- School Committee At-Large: Jeremy McGowan
- Congressional District 1: Alan H. MacDonald
Running for Municipal Office
All individuals seeking to run for municipal office must visit the City Clerk's Office to obtain Nomination Petition Papers, and must collect signatures from registered Westbrook voters to qualify for office. Nomination papers may not be signed more than 120 days prior to the election (Monday, July 11th - the soonest date that individuals may obtain nomination petition papers) and must be filed with the City Clerk no later than 60 days prior to the election (Friday, September 9th).
As Westbrook is a municipality with a population of more than 15,000 residents, State law requires that all candidates for municipal office in Westbrook must also file Campaign Finance registration forms. Those candidates that intend to raise or expend funds on their campaigns will also be required to submit periodic campaign finance reports. Visit Campaign Finance for more information.