Election Results

For results from the November 6, 2018 General Election as they are reported, please visit our Election Night Results page.

For detailed election results data for all election years from 1789 until the present, please visit our “Election Results Archive.”

 

2018 General Election Results (Official)

2018 GE Official Canvass Report pdf

2018 GE Voter Turnout pdf

2018 GE Voter Turnout excel

2018 GE Winner Listing pdf

2018 GE Winner Listing excel

Please note that the following races were subject to a recount: Addison County States Attorney; Franklin County Probate Judge; Grand Isle-Chittenden State Representative

Recount Results


2018 General Election Audit Results

Following every General Election, the Secretary of State's office conducts an audit of the complete results from a random selection of towns and cities.  This year, seven towns were chosen to be audited, all of which use a tabulator to count their votes, except Glover, which counts its votes by hand.

Arlington (Bennington 4)

Cavendish (Windsor 2)

Hardwick (Caledonia 2)

Glover (Orleans-Caledonia)

Mount Holly (Rutland-Windsor 2)

Pittsford (Rutland 6)

Westford (Chittenden 8-3) 

 

2018 August Primary Results (official)

2018 August Primary Federal and Statewide Office Canvass Report 

Colchester State Representative CHI-9-2 Runoff Election 9_10_2018

 

Vermont Voter Registration, Turnout, and Absentee Voter Statistics, 1974–2016

Download the Microsoft Excel version of this table.

Election Year Voter Registration Voter Turnout Absentee Voters (included in turnout #) Voting Age Population(based on 10-year census figure) Percentage of Voting Age Population to Voter Turnout Population(based on 10-year census figure)
1974 266,649 144,556 6,871 287,745 50.2% 444,732
1976 284,294 193,655 14,580 287,745 67.3% 444,732
1978 286,275 127,849 6,966 287,745 44.4% 444,732
1980 311,919 215,500 17,177 366,138 58.9% 511,456
1982 315,767 172,084 9,475 366,138 47.0% 511,456
1984 333,778 235,140 21,443 366,138 64.2% 511,456
1986 328,466 198,616 13,531 366,138 54.2% 511,456
1988 348,312 247,075 23,073 366,138 67.5% 511,456
1990 350,349 215,970 14,685 419,185 51.5% 562,758
1992 383,371 292,797 29,683 419,185 69.8% 562,758
1994 373,442 216,666 20,913 419,185 51.7% 562,758
1996 385,328 261,469 29,403 419,185 62.4% 562,758
1998 400,221 220,991 23,681 419,185 52.7% 562,758
2000 427,354 297,146 57,031 479,388 62.0% 609,909
2002 418,718 232,993 35,417 483,586 48.2% 615,250
2004 444,077 314,220 60,102 486,372 64.6% 618,794
2006 433,576 262,568 53,092 487,931 53.8% 620,778
2008 454,466 326,822 94,664 489,901 66.7% 621,254
2010 453,181 243,617 50,474 496,508 49.1% 625,741
2012 461,237 301,793 76,263 498,432  60.5% 626,444 
2014 439,782 196,086 33,401 471,768 41.5% 626,562
2016 471,619 320,467 95,203 505,921 63.3% 624,594
2018 490,074 278,230 72,222 509,181 54.6% 626,299

Note: Prior to election year 2000, the population numbers are based on the decennial U.S. Census. 2008 turnout is based on U.S. Census estimates for 2007.

This page was last updated: 2018-12-24