The 2008 President, Vice-President and Electors forms are available from the Maine Bureau of Corporations, Elections and Commissions: 207-624-7736, and will need to be filled out as follows:

1) A write-in candidate for the general election may indicate a party or political designation by writing that party or political designation in the appropriate space on the “Declaration of Write-in Candidacy”. The

candidate may indicate the name of a qualified party (Democratic, Green Independent, or Republican), or choose a political designation that meets the following requirements:

• May not exceed three words in length;

• May not incorporate the candidate’s name, or the designation or an abbreviation of the designation of a party that is qualified to nominate candidates by primary election; and

• May not consist of or comprise language that is obscene, contemptuous, profane or prejudicial, promotes abusive or unlawful activity or violates any other provision of
Maine law with respect

to names.

2) The “Declaration of Write-In Candidacy” form and a consent form for each of the 4 electors named on the “Declaration” form must be submitted no later than October 30, 2008.

Bureau of Corporation, Elections and Commissions

Julie Flynn, Deputy Secretary of State

101 State House Station

Augusta, Maine 04333

3) Two of the four electors must be from the 1st and 2nd Congressional Districts respectively, the other two can be from anywhere in Maine.

4) The Electors Consent forms must be notarized, and must be signed and dated by their municipal registrar/clerk certifying each elector’s voter registration.