The Town of Durham will hold a secret ballot referendum on the Town’s budget on Tuesday, July 14, instead of holding a traditional Annual Town Meeting. This referendum will be held in conjunction with the State primaries and the RSU5 school budget vote.
The Durham Town Offices will be closed on July 14 for the elections/referendum. Durham Code Enforcement Officer Robert Forrest will be available by appointment only.
A few additional notes about the upcoming referendum/elections:
- Durham residents who wish to change their political party affiliation must do so by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, June 29
- The mail-in voter registration card must be in the Durham Town Offices no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7
- Voters will still be able to register to vote in person up to and including the day of election.
To view the Warrant for the secret ballot referendum click here. For details on the Warrant questions click here.
To view the Sample Ballot for the Municipal Officers click here.
Absentee ballot requests are being accepted now and residents are encouraged to use that option.
For more information on how to obtain an absentee ballot, or other election information, click here.