Last year, Secretary of State Jim Condos announced the launch of VT’s new Elections Management Platform. This streamlined the elections administration process, providing voters with greater access to voter specific information.
By using the My Voter Page, a registered voter can:

*Check registration status;
*View information on upcoming elections;
*Access voter specific elections information, including directions to a polling place and polling hours;
*View a sample ballot;
*Request and track an absentee ballot;
and much more.

We encourage voters to log into their My Voter Page to learn more.

Registered Voters can log in at:
Online registration can be found at:

The new Election Day voter registration law went into effect on January 1, 2017.

As of that date:

1. Eligible residents will be able to register to vote on any day up to and including Election Day;
2. Registration will be available at the Town Clerk’s office on any day prior to the election during normal business hours;
3. Registration will be available on Election Day during the hours the polls are open;

The Town Clerk’s Office will no longer be open on the Wednesday before the election from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Register to vote at:

Vermont’s Early or Absentee Voting Process

In Vermont we make it easy to vote.  If you prefer to vote early or by mail you can vote by early voter absentee ballot. Voting starts 30 days before the primary or general election and 20 days prior to a municipal election that uses the Australian Ballot. ABSENTEE/EARLY BALLOTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR TOWN MEETING. VOTING IS DONE OFF THE FLOOR . YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO VOTE.

For more information on Absentee Ballots and how to request an absentee ballot,  visit the Vermont Secretary of State website

For more information regarding Primary & General Elections, Town Clerks, Campaign Finance, Lobbyists,Voting, Town Meetings, Running for Office, etc., click below to go to the Secretary of State’s, James C. Condos website.