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Voting in Vermont

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Am I Eligible To Vote in Vermont?

To be eligible to register to vote in Vermont a person must:
  • be a citizen of the United States;
  • a resident of Vermont and a resident of the town in which you apply to be added to the checklist;
  • taken, or have previously taken, the Voter's Oath
  • be 18 years on or before the date of a general election may register and vote in the primary election immediately preceding that general election

Registering to vote for the first time in Vermont: If you are registering for the first time in Vermont using the Federal Voting Assistance Program's Federal Postcard Application or another form not specific to Vermont, you must take the Voter's Oath. The Vermont voter registration form and the FVAP instructions contain the voter's oath that must be taken.

Any person meeting the requirements above who will be 18 on or before the date of a general election may register and vote in the primary election immediately preceding that general election.

Voter Registration Options in Vermont

You have the following 2 options to register to vote in Vermont:

In Person

Eligible persons may register to vote on any day up to and including the day of the election. Registration is available during all normal business hours of your town or city clerk's office on days preceeding the election and during polling hours on Election Day.

Check The Locations Where to Register

Online

ou may also register to vote online

Click here to Register Online


How Do I Know I'm Registered?

  • Consider yourself registered when- and only when- you receive an acknowledgment from your county clerk.
  • Never assume you are registered to vote until you have received this acknowledgment.
  • Call your county clerk and inquire about the status of your application.

Voting Options in Vermont

You have the following 4 options to vote in Vermont:

In Person

A voter may vote at the town clerk’s office in person any time after the ballots are available, which can be no later than 45 days before a primary or general election or 20 days before a municipal election using an Australian ballot.

Click here to locate voting locations

By Mail

Any voter can request that the town clerk mail them an early voter absentee ballot.

Click here to download the Mail-in Ballot

Voting By Absentee Ballot

If you prefer to vote early or by mail you can!

Click here to download the absentee ballot request Form

Early Voting

You can vote early in person at your town clerk’s office at any time from the date on which ballots are available

Click here to locate early voting locations

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