Elections and Voter Information
Important Information Concerning the VT General Election, November 3, 2020
In an effort to create a safe and secure environment for all voters, staff and volunteers within Vermont, the VT Secretary of State will be sending by US Postal Mail the General Election ballots to all active, registered voters.
- Absentee(Mail-in) Ballots along with instructions, certification envelope and postage paid return envelope will be mailed.
- The mailing address used is on file within the Vermont Election Management System.
- To review the address used go to ‘My Voter Page’ at https://mvp.vermont.gov/ and login.
- Expect ballots in your mail by first or second week of October.
- Contact our office at 802-264-5520 or by email, townclerk@c olchestervt.gov if your address has changed since you last voted.
- In person voting is available on Election Day, November 3rd at the Colchester High School gym with additional requirements.
2020 Elections (Warnings and Ballots to be posted soon)
- 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
- View District Map
- View Voting District by Street
Colchester High School (For both voting districts)
131 Laker Lane (Off Blakely Road)
Colchester, VT 05446
Elections open at 7:00 A.M. and close at 7:00 P.M.
When entering Laker Lane, please drive to the rear parking lot, as it is closest to the voting location. Handicap Parking is available. See the map below for more information:
About Political Campaign Signs
The Town Clerk’s Office would like to provide information concerning political signage:
- No signs can be placed in the public right of way until two weeks prior to Election Day
- No campaign/political signs can be placed on properties owned by the Town of Colchester or Colchester School District except on Laker Lane (driveway to Colchester High School) on Election Day only.
- Political signs must be removed on Laker Lane at the end of the Election Day.
- All other political signs in the public right of way must be removed within five (5) days.
The Guide to Placement of Political Campaign Signs at the Secretary of State’s website will give more pre-election and day-of-election sign guidance.