Harpswell voters will cast ballots in the state primary election, as well as local and regional referendums, on June 14.

In the state primary, Democrats will choose their nominees for governor, U.S. representative, state senator, state representative, district attorney, sheriff, county commissioner and probate judge. Republicans will choose their nominees for governor, U.S. representative, state senator and state representative.

For state representative of District 99, Republicans will choose between Stephen Davis, of Cundy’s Harbor, and Michael Lawler, of Brunswick. Democrats have two candidates on the ballot, but one has withdrawn. Cheryl Golek, of Harpswell Neck, is the remaining candidate. District 99 encompasses Harpswell and east Brunswick.

Most of the other races have one candidate. Democrats will choose between incumbent Jonathan Sahrbeck, of Cape Elizabeth, and challenger Jacqueline Sartoris, of Brunswick, as they select a nominee for district attorney.

The ballot for Maine School Administrative District 75 contains two questions.

First, voters will consider final approval of the budget for the 2022-23 school year. The $49.59 million budget is up 4.87% from the previous year. Harpswell taxpayers would contribute $9.24 million, an increase of 5.86%.

Next, voters will consider a $9 million bond, of which $7.25 million would go toward renovations at Mt. Ararat Middle School.

Finally, a two-question town ballot will ask voters to authorize a multiple-year contract for emergency communication services and a deed transfer releasing a 109-year-old tax foreclosure on a Bailey Island property.

The polls will be open at Harpswell Community School from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on June 14.

For more information about the House candidates and referendums, see harpswellanchor.org.