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Wow, 1 day. maybe we can change things...Maine Signature Collection Effort for Voter ID Sees Success on Primary Election Day

In an impressive show of grassroots momentum, Voter ID for ME proudly announces the collection of 40,163 signatures on June 11th, Maine’s Primary Election Day. This achievement marks over half of the required signatures needed to place the Voter ID question on the ballot. Voter ID for ME is a citizen-driven initiative led by The Dinner Table, Maine’s largest and most active conservative grassroots organization.

The push for Voter ID laws has been gaining traction nationwide, with 36 states already implementing some form of voter identification requirement. Maine is now poised to join this movement, reflecting a growing consensus on the importance of strengthening our elections. The enthusiasm of Maine voters is a clear indicator that they are eager to join their counterparts across the country in supporting stronger election security measures.

“We’re thrilled with our success on June 11th,” said Alex Titcomb, Executive Director of Voter ID for ME and The Dinner Table. “Collecting more than half the required signatures in just one day is a resounding statement from Maine voters. Despite the low voter turnout statewide, the enthusiasm for Voter ID is unmistakable, and our organizational effort has paid extraordinary dividends. This issue transcends political affiliations, and we’re excited to keep pushing forward to let Maine voters decide.”

Representative Laurel Libby, Co-Founder of The Dinner Table, echoed this sentiment. “The people of Maine have spoken loud and clear. The overwhelming support on Primary Election Day underscores the public’s desire to strengthen our election process, even as the legislature refuses to do so. Our 347 Election Day volunteers put in a phenomenal effort, working tirelessly to achieve this milestone. Their dedication is driving Voter ID for ME towards success.”

Voter ID for ME will continue to work diligently to gather the remaining signatures needed to get Voter ID on the ballot in Maine and to educate the public on the importance of this measure. For more information about the Voter ID initiative or to get involved, please visit
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