Voters in Knox County will face a statewide ballot, and some towns will take on local items at the polls Tuesday, Nov. 2. Read on to discover when and where to vote:

Cushing

Residents of Cushing will vote in person at 39 Cross Road, which is the Cushing at the Cushing Community Center, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Friendship

Residents of Friendship will vote in person at the Friendship Town Office, located at 6 Harbor Road, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Along with state items on the ballot, there will also be a vote on the shoreline ordinance change, which was recommended by the state.

Matinicus

Residents of Matinicus will vote in person at the Matinicus Municipal Office (“Old Schoolhouse”), located at 17 South Road, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

North Haven

Residents of North Haven will vote in person at the North Haven Town Office, located at 16 Town Office Square, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Owls Head

Residents of Owls Head will vote in person at the Owls Head Town Office, located at 224 Ash Point Drive, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Rockland

Residents of Rockland will vote in person at the Community Rec Center, located at 61 Limerock St., from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Along with state items on the ballot, there will be city ballot items on filling vacancies on the RSU 13 School Board, City Council and Rockland Port District Board, along with seven referendums.

Candidates for the RSU 13 School Board are David Martz for a one-year seat and Kelli McCannell for a three-year seat. Candidates for City Council are Nicole Kalloch and Benjamin Dorr. The only candidate for the Port District Board is Noah Barnes.

Referendum questions include the following:

Question #1: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Section 601 be amended to add the RSU #13 Board of Directors and the Rockland Port District Board of Trustees to list of City officers elected at the annual municipal election and determining the number of valid signatures required on petitions for nomination to those offices?

Question #2: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Section 602 be amended to change the dates that nomination papers for City offices are available and due from 90 days and 45 day prior to Election Day, respectively, to 105 day and 60 days prior to Election Day, respectively, to conform to the filing deadlines established by State of Maine Election Laws?

Question #3: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Section 605 be amended to add the RSU #13 Board of Directors and the Rockland Port District Board of Trustees to list of City officers elected at the annual municipal election, remove the requirement that a candidate’s residence be listed on the ballot, and to determine the order of placement of candidate names on the ballot by alphabetical order?

Question #4: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Section 513(c)(2)&(3), be amended to change the limit on the amount that the City Council may authorize for the issuance of Bonds or Notes without voter approval from no more than $100,000 to no more than $350,000, and to change the limit on the aggregated total of the City’s indebtedness on notes from no more than $200,000 to no more than $700,000?

Question #5: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Sections 202 and 203(d), be amended to adjust the annual salaries of the Mayor and Members of the City Council from $1000 and $800 respectively, to $4,500 and $4,000, respectively, and to adjust said salaries annually based on the Cost of Living Index, beginning July 1, 2022?

Question #6: Charter Amendment

Shall the Rockland City Charter, Section 210(a)(2), be amended to remove the requirement that Special Meeting Notices be published in a newspaper having general circulation in the City, as long as the notice is delivered to local media outlets for distribution to the public and complies with the provisions of 1 M.R.S. §406?

Question #7: Advisory Question

Do you support amending Rockland’s zoning regulations to allow smaller, more efficient, more affordable dwellings?

South Thomaston

Residents of South Thomaston will vote in person at the South Thomaston Town Office, located at 125 Spruce Head Road, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Along with state items, the town has one referendum item, which is “Shall this municipality authorize the State to issue licenses for the sale of liquor to be consumed on the premises of licensed establishments on Sundays?”

St. George

Residents of St. George will vote in person at the Fire Station Meeting House, located at 3 School St., from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Thomaston

Residents of Thomaston will vote in person at the Multipurpose room in the Municipal Building, located at 13 Valley St., from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Union

Residents of Union will vote in person at the William Pullen Meeting Room, located at 567 Common Road, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Vinalhaven

Residents of Vinalhaven will vote in person at the Vinalhaven Town Office, located at 19 Washington School Road, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Along with state items on the ballot, there will also be a vote to fill the vacancy on the school board to finish the term, with one candidate running.

Waldoboro

Residents of Waldoboro will vote in person at the Waldoboro Town Office, located at 1600 Atlantic Highway, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Warren

Residents of Warren will vote in person at the Masonic Hall, located at 105 Camden Road, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The town has only state items on the ballot, no town-related items.

Washington

Residents of Washington will vote in person at the Bryant Room in the Gibbs Library, located at 40 Old Union Road, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Along with state items, residents of Washington will vote on an ordinance addition.