Secretary of State tours Maine to inform on Ranked Choice Voting

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) - Maine's Secretary of State is working to ensure anyone with questions about Ranked Choice Voting has a chance to get them answered.

Matt Dunlap led an informational session at the Bangor Public Library Tuesday evening.

This was the second of four stops he'll make across the state to speak to voters about the changes that are set to come into play in this June's primaries.

The Maine GOP has filed a lawsuit against Ranked Choice, but Dunlap says his office is continuing on as planned.

"We are going forward with Ranked Choice Voting until a judge tells us differently," said Dunlap. "So, right now we are on full implementation for both primaries, both the Republican and Democratic primaries and the legal process is something that follows its own path and we are not changing our course in terms of implementation."

The next two informational sessions will be in Presque Isle on Monday the 21st and Lewiston on Tuesday the 29th.

Both from 4-6 at the local Public Library.