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Your voter registration choices:
can register to vote in either their hometown OR college town, but cannot
register in both locations. If you are already registered in your
hometown, you can re-register in your college town. Once you do this,
the clerk in your hometown will be notified and will remove your name from
the voter checklist so you will be registered to vote in only one location.
of college student are
How do I register to
1. Get a voter
registration form (also called Application for Addition to the
2. Download a form
here! They are also available from
the Secretary of State's Office, from your town office, from your student
services office, from political parties and campaigns, and from
non-partisan civics organizations.
3. Complete the form. The form asks for a
Vermont driver's license number. If you do not have a Vermont
driver's license or a Vermont non-motor identification, you must include
the last four digits of your social security number instead.
4. Return the
the town or city clerk where you reside. Find your clerk
here, or call 1-800-439-VOTE. The
clerk will notify you in writing whether or not your application has been
approved. If you have not received notification by the week before
the election, call your clerk.