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A nonpartisan resource for local and state election information. 

November 8, 2022

Click here to see a  Middlebury sample ballot.

Items to be voted on:

  • Proposal 2
  • Proposal 5
  • U.S. Senator
  • Representative to Congress
  • Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • State Treasurer
  • Secretary of State
  • Auditor of Accounts
  • Attorney General
  • State Senator
  • State Representative
  • Probate Judge
  • Assistant Judge
  • State's Attorney
  • Sherriff
  • High Bailiff
  • Justices of the Peace

 

Election Calendar/Important Dates

 Early Voting

Begins 45 days before the election and ends 1 day before the election.

Vermont General Election held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Early Voting - Sunday September 24, 2022 - Monday, November 7, 2022

 

Candidates and Ballot Measures

Find information on what is on the ballot in your town here.

Candidate Guidelines

Information on becoming a candidate can be found here.

Election Laws

General Election Resources

Fact Checking Resources

Vote By Mail

Vote By Mail - use this link to request your ballot by mail

Voter Registration

To register in Vermont you must:

  • be a citizen of the United States
  • be a resident of Vermont
  • be 18 years of age on or before Election Day

Click here to check your voting registration status. 

Ways to Register:

  • To register online.  https://olvr.vermont.gov/
  • You can register in person at the polls.  You will need to bring:
    • ● Valid photo ID (driver’s license or passport)
    • ● Current utility bill
    • ● Current bank statement
    • ● Another government document containing your residential address.
  • Visit your Town Clerk’s office to register in person.  
  • To request an overseas ballot.  
  • Service members, their eligible family members and overseas citizens can use the FPCA to both register to vote and request their absentee ballots. FVAP.gov  
  • If you have been convicted of a felony you can register to vote.  For more information visit Restore Your Vote.

Absentee Ballot

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

To request an absentee ballot

Voted absentee ballots are due to your town clerk’s office by the day of the election.

  • Once you receive the ballot, carefully read and follow the instructions.
  • Sign and date where indicated.
  • Mail your voted ballot back to the address indicated on the return envelope.
  • Your voted ballot must arrive by the deadline or it will not be counted.