Please see the bottom of the page for additional resources, including a copy of the Vermont Voter Bill of Rights and a form for requesting a copy of the statewide checklist.
Locate and Contact Your Town or City Clerk
In Vermont, elections are administered at the municipal level. Your municipal clerk (town, city, school district, water district, etc.), or his or her appointee, is the presiding officer for all municipal elections.
We are pleased to provide the above Guide to Vermont’s Town Clerks, Treasurers & County Clerks to assist you in contacting your town, city, or county clerk or treasurer. This guide is updated as we receive new information from the town or city clerks' offices.
If you cannot find a location in the listing, it is likely that the location is a village or other place name. Visit A Gazetteer of Vermont Places—Real Places in Vermont to find the town or city that includes the village or place name.
Locate Your Polling Place
Please use the above listing to locate your polling place for the 2018 Primary and General elections.
These polling place locations are provided to our office by the town or city clerk. This listing is updated on a rolling basis. If your town is not listed, please contact your town clerk.
All polls in Vermont open between 5 and 10 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.
From the link below, you may also use the online voter information resource provided by the Voting Information Project of the Pew Charitable Trusts, which can locate your polling place and provide other useful information about the election (please double-check the polling place listing above when using this tool to locate your polling place):
Voter Checklists in Vermont
Each town or city in Vermont prepares a “checklist” of voters who are registered to vote within the town or city. The checklist contains the names and addresses of each resident who has been found to be a legally qualified voter in the town or city. Vermont checklists do not contain any political party information because there is no party registration in Vermont.
If you are interested in obtaining voter checklists in Vermont, you must contact the town or city clerk for each municipality. You can view the Guide to Vermont’s Town Clerks, Treasurers & County Clerks or we can mail you a paper copy. Checklists are public records in Vermont.
Since January 1, 2006, the secretary of state has a centralized voter checklist for the state of Vermont. If someone wants to obtain a copy of the statewide checklist, they must complete a sworn affidavit indicating the statewide checklist will not be used for commercial purposes. Please see below under “Resources” for a voter checklist request form.