General Election Voter Registration Deadline: October 5
Vermont’s Safe at Home program allows survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking to get absentee ballots and vote without revealing their address in voter registration. Learn more here.
Restoration of Voting Rights After Felony Convictions: The right to vote is never lost after felony convictions in Vermont. Felons can continue to register to vote and cast ballots while completing their sentence.
Early Voting: Early voting will take place from September 20 – November 2
ID Requirements for Voting: ID is only required for first-time voters
Absentee Voting: Any registered Vermont voter can request an absentee ballot, no excuse is required. Voters can request an application by telephone, fax, email, mail, or in-person from the County Clerk or online using the “My Voter Page”. The application should be returned at least one day before the election. View the request form here.
Gender Gaps in Representation
Vermont is one of 13 states that does not have any women in its Congressional Delegation. Vermont ranks 5th in the country for women’s representation in the State Legislature.
Vermont Congressional Delegation
Vermont State Legislature
Vermont had higher turnout than the United States overall for both men and women for the 2016 Elections.
Percent Voter Turnout by Gender
Percent Voter Turnout by Race
Other races not shown due to population size