Vermont Election Information

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Registration Information


The deadline to register vote in Vermont is: Received by 5:00 p.m. on the Wednesday before the election.


You can vote in Vermont if you:
1  are a citizen of the United States;
2. are a resident of Vermont and a resident of the town in which you apply to be added to the checklist;
3. take, or have previously taken, the Voter's Oath (formerly called the "Freeman's Oath"); and
4. are 18 years of age or more.


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To check the status of your voter registration, click here.

When can I vote in Vermont?


Early Voting Information

In-person early voting available? Yes
By mail early voting available? Yes

How:
You may vote early by absentee ballot in person at your Town Clerk's office - beginning as soon as ballots are available, which is generally 45 days before a general election or 20 days before a municipal election, and ending the day before the election.  Please contact your Town Clerk to find out when and where to go.  
To vote early by mail, you can request an absentee ballot from your Town Clerk up until 5:00pm on the day before the election. All early vote absentee ballots must be returned to the Town Clerk's office before the close of office the day before the election or to the polling place before 7:00 pm on Election Day.

Voting Hours on Election Day

The polls are open from:

Polls will open between 6:00am and 10:00 am, and close by 7:00 pm.


Please contact your state election office for additional voting information, or click here to learn more about voting absentee in your state.

Where do I vote?


Find out here.
For more information, contact your state election office.

What do you need to bring?


No identification is required to vote - unless you registered by mail and have never voted before. 
If you registered to vote by mail and did not provide proof of identification at that time, you will need to present:
  • A current and valid photo ID - examples include a driver's license, student or job ID, military or other government ID, or U.S. passport.
  • OR a non-photo ID that shows your name and address - examples include a utility bill, paycheck, government check, bank statement, car registration, sample ballot, and more.


For more information, contact your state election office.

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