Vermont Voter Info

The general election is Nov 5, 2024.
Vermont, here’s all the info you need to know!

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Important Dates to know, vermont!

New Voter Registration Deadline

Absentee Ballot Request Deadline

Early Voting

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Can I Vote by Mail? (Absentee)

Any registered voter may apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail.

Am I eligible to register to vote?

You are NOT eligible to vote in Vermont if:
  • You were disqualified from voting due to a court order
You are eligible to vote in Vermont if you:
  • Are a U.S. citizen
  • Are at least 18 years old by Election Day
  • Are a resident of Vermont
  • Live in the precinct in which you want to vote
  • Take, or have previously taken, the Voter's Oath
You may preregister to vote in Vermont
  • if you will be 18 by Election Day
Service members and their dependents may register and request a ballot using the federal voter registration/ballot request form ("FPCA"). You will have the following identification options when completing the form:
  • U.S. State or Territory or District Issued ID
  • Option to Indicate that you do not have the Requested ID
  • Last 4 Digits of your Social Security Number
U.S. citizens living abroad have the right to vote as absentee voters, provided they are eligible to vote in their state. If you are living outside of the U.S. permanently, indefinitely, or temporarily, your voting rights stay with you, even if you never voted when you lived in the U.S. To vote from overseas:
  • Complete and send an overseas voter registration/ballot request form to your election office in the U.S. This is one specific form that will register you as an overseas voter and request your absentee ballot – simultaneously.

Can I vote if I have a record?

The right to vote is never taken away from individuals convicted of a felony, even while incarcerated.

I am a college student. Where do I register to vote?

Students who lived in Vermont before moving elsewhere to attend school, and who wish to establish or keep their Vermont voting residency (i.e., at their parents’ Vermont address), should have no problem doing so unless they have already registered to vote in another state. Students attending school in Vermont have the explicit right to choose to vote in their school communities if they are genuine residents of those communities. While Vermont law requires an intent to remain “indefinitely,” Vermont courts have made clear that students can fulfill that requirement even if they have uncertain post-college plans, so establishing residency in Vermont as a student should not be a problem.

Will I need ID?

To register to vote in Vermont you should provide one of the following:
  • Current and Valid Photo ID
  • Last Four Digits of your Social Security Number
  • Your Vermont Driver's License Number
  • Your Vermont ID Number
If you are registering to vote for the first time by mail, you will need to provide a copy of a valid ID. Acceptable forms of ID include:
  • Valid Vermont Driver's License except one issued to an individual that is not a United States citizen
  • Utility Bill, Bank Statement or other Government Document
  • Valid US Passport
In Vermont, only first-time voters who have registered by mail have to show ID in order to vote. If you registered when you renewed your drivers license, or as part of a voter registration drive, you will not be required to show ID. If you are voting for the first time or your registration is incomplete, you can use any ID from this list:
  • Valid Vermont Driver's License
  • Other Government Document
  • Utility Bill
  • Bank Statement

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Vermont Voter Info

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