The following article was written by Jon Bischoff and originally published at washingtonpost.com.
It was a big day for the state of Maine when it reported its lottery numbers for the first time Thursday afternoon.
A total of 5 million people had already been selected to win the $1.5 million “Maine Lottery Ticket,” and the state was set to announce a total of 3.9 million winners.
But for many, the news was a little bittersweet.
The winner of the lottery will not be officially announced for weeks, until the end of March, when the winner will be announced in the State House.
But if you’re one of the lucky winners, you will be able to see the winning numbers and the winners names in a few weeks time.
That means the winner is now officially a state lottery winner.
That means there’s still time to claim your prize.
Here’s how to claim the Maine Lottery tickets:1.
You will have to go to the Maine State House in Augusta, and submit your photo ID to the lottery office.
The office will then take your photo and your name and address.2.
The lottery office will mail you a receipt and a $50 gift certificate.3.
The gift certificate will be sent to your name at the time of claim.4.
You have until March 1 to claim that prize.
If you have already won the Maine lottery and you still want to claim it, you can do so online.
To do so, you need to have won the lottery.
Here are some tips to help you decide if you should be more careful about claiming your prize:1, If you won the winning lottery number, you should check with your state lottery office to make sure they have the information they need to verify your win.2, If your winning number is different from the one you were told by the lottery, you might want to check to see if the state lottery has changed the winning number.
If your winning lottery numbers aren’t from the same lottery, they can be different.
If you get the wrong one, you may not be eligible to claim a prize.3, If there is a problem with your winning numbers, you don’t need to file an appeal.
If the lottery doesn’t respond, you’ll need to wait for your state attorney general to take action.4, The State Lotters Association says it’s working with the Maine Attorney General to help solve the issue.