Visit the Secretary of State office at Elections Registration website for complete information
A couple of options are –
Online registration through the Secretary of State office at Voter registration online
Or by downloading and filling out the Vermont Voter Application form and returning it to the Town Clerk
Beginning January 1, 2017, eligible persons may register to vote on any day up to and including the day of the election.
Registration is available during all normal business hours of your town or city clerk’s office on days preceding the election and during polling hours on Election Day. 17 V.S.A. § 2144.
Absentee Ballot Requests
If you are already registered to vote in Vermont, or at the same time you submit your registration, you may contact your town or city clerk to request an absentee ballot.
Military and Overseas Voter Registration
To register to vote and request an absentee ballot using our Military and Overseas Voter Portal, please visit the Portal:
For more voting information for military and/or overseas voters, please visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program.
Secretary of State List of Frequently Asked Questions
It is unlawful to give false information concerning your qualifications to be a registered voter of a town or city in Vermont. The penalties are serious, including penalties of up to a $10,000 fine or imprisonment for not more than 15 years, or both.
You may want to vote in the town in which you grew up, or where you lived for a long time. You may want to vote in the town where you have purchased land in Vermont, and plan to move to that town in the future. However, unless your principal dwelling place is currently in the town, you cannot apply to be added to the checklist of that town. Likewise, you cannot remain on a checklist in a town when you have moved to a principal dwelling place in another town or city. You can only register to vote in your current town of residence. It is perjury to give false information about your town of residence on the application form.