You can get essential information for residents of Vermont to be able to vote in the upcoming election at your local library.
Vermont Public Voting Records
Voter registration and election processes are handled by the Secretary of State Elections Division. Although form, questions and requests sent to the State Elections Division is generally sent off to the town clerk of the town in question.
128 State Street Montpelier, VT 05633-1101 In-State: (800) 439-8683 Outside VT: (802) 828-2464 FAX: 802-828-5171
Below are informational pamphlets regarding the multiple local levels of election and voter information handling.
Town Clerk & City Clerks - (PDF)
Town Clerks - (Excel)
Senatorial District Clerks - (PDF)
Representative District Clerks - (PDF)
Voter Registration forms, also known as Applications for Addition to the Checklist, are available at each town or city clerks office or for download below. Return the completed form to your local town clerk in person or by mail. A list of clerks is available above.
Polling Locations - (PDF)
Polling Locations - (Word)
To be eligible to vote the following must apply.
1. be a citizen of the United States; 2. be a resident of Vermont and a resident of the town in which you apply to be added to the checklist; (OR be a military or overseas voter qualified under the federal Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act whose last place of residence in the United States immediately prior to moving overseas was in a Vermont town or city); 3. take, or have previously taken, the Voter's Oath; and 4. be 18 years of age or older or will be eighteen on the day of election.