have taken the following Oath: You solemnly swear (or affirm) that whenever you give your vote or suffrage, touching any matter that concerns the state of Vermont, you will do it so as in your conscience you shall judge will most conduce to the best good of the same, as established by the Constitution, without fear or favor of any person [Voter’s Oath, Vermont Constitution, Chapter II, Section 42]
Local Election Office: This is the government office responsible for running elections in your region. Theses are the best people to contact if you have any questions at all about voting in your state.
Yes, you can put your voter registration form and your early voter ballot application in the same envelope and return both to your town or city clerk. If you do this, both forms must be received by the voter registration deadline (5pm on the Wednesday before the election).
You do not need to provide ID if you have already voted in Vermont at least once. If you are a first time Vermont voter, and you did not include a copy of your ID with your voter registration form, then you must include a copy with your absentee ballot application.Acceptable identification includes a: a current and valid photo that shows your name ID or a current bank statement, utility bill, or government document that contains your name and Vermont address.
Find everything you need to vote in our state election centers