Elections

Welcome to our Elections page. We will keep you updated about any upcoming elections, how to vote, and election results.  Please see tab to the left for all warning and ballots for our August 9th Election.

News & Updates

 Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has announced the roll-out of the new Elections Management Platform. This platform has three main parts:

Elections Management System (EMS) – includes a new statewide voter checklist and other resources and tools to be used by town and city clerks across Vermont to conduct all of their election related business – from registering voters, to processing absentee ballot requests, to entering election results;

New Online Voter Registration Tool – allows all eligible Vermonters to submit their voter registration application online anytime and anywhere they can access the internet; and

New "My Voter Page" – online resource that allows every registered voter to login and have access to a unique, voter-specific web page where they can request an absentee ballot, track its status, update their voter registration record, find their polling place, view a sample ballot, and much more.

Secretary Condos states, "I am very excited to announce the roll-out of Vermont’s first online voter registration system. One of my primary goals as Vermont’s chief election officer is to increase voter participation. I am confident that our new online voter registration system and the ‘My Voter Page’ tool will increase engagement with the electoral process across the state and make it easier than ever for all eligible Vermonters to participate in our elections." 
  

OnLine Voter Registration Promo
My Voter Page Promo
Voter Information & Registration
The deadline to register to vote is the Wednesday preceding the election. If you have not voted in Vermont before, you must take the Voter's Oath. Visit the Vermont Secretary of State's page for more information.  Use the Vermont Online Voter Registration link.
    
Absentee Voting
A voter who expects to be an early or absentee voter can vote in the office during office hours up until closing on the day prior to the election or request that a ballot is mailed to them. An authorized person, on behalf of such voter may apply for an early voter absentee ballot. The request can be by phone, 802-264-5520, or use the 'My Voter Page' to log into your personal voting page and request your absentee to be sent to you via mail.  
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Districts
  • District 9-1 - (Comprised of the area east of I-89, the west side of I-89 north of the Malletts Creek inlet and excluding the south side of Blakely Road)
  • District 9-2 - (Comprised of the area west of I-89 south of the Malletts Creek inlet, including the south side of Blakely Road)