State of Vermont Voting Requirements & Information

Statewide Voter Information

U.S. Domestic Voters

General Information


When you are at DMV or are applying for benefits at state agencies, you can register to vote. You may also register to vote or update your registration information on any day up to and including the day of the election:

  • online
  • by mail
  • in person at your elections office

Election Day Voting

Polling places are open from between 5am and 10am on Election Day depending on location. Polls close at 7pm.

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Early Voting

Any voter may vote early at the town clerk’s office once ballots become available, which is no later than 45 days before a primary or general election or 20 days before a municipal election.

When a voter goes to the town clerk's office to vote early, the voter is given the absentee ballots and envelopes and is provided a private place to mark the ballots. The voter must then seal the ballots in the envelope, sign the certificate, and return the ballots in the sealed envelope to the town clerk or an assistant town clerk. A voter may also take the ballots and return them to the town clerk before the end of Election Day. No person, except justices of the peace, may take any ballot from the town clerk on behalf of any other person.

If you are sick or have a disability, a ballot can be delivered to your home on Election Day. You may request an absentee ballot up until 5 p.m. on the day before the election. Two justices of the peace (of different parties when possible) will deliver a ballot to you, and then will bring the ballot back to the polling place so that it can be placed in the ballot box and counted.

Absentee Voting

All registered voters will automatically receive a mail-in ballot.

General Information