Online Voting In Vermont

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 Registering to Vote in Vermont

Registering to vote in Vermont is fairly simple. You must submit a voter registration form to your town or city clerk.

You do not have to register with a party to vote in Vermont. All registered voters can participate in primary elections, however you can only vote on one of the major party ballots.


  • Be a resident of Vermont
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Must take the Voter’s Oath (formerly called the “Freeman’s Oath”)
  • Be at least 18 years old

Where and How to Register

You can download a voter registration form here or by visiting the Vermont registration page. Take this registration form to your town or city clerk to finalize your voter registration.

Additionally, you can register to vote whenever you are at the Department of Motor Vehicles to update your address ,to you register your car, get a driver’s license, or renew your registration or license.

Vermont require a driver’s licence number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number to register to vote.

For additional questions see the Vermont voter registration FAQ page.

Make Sure Your Vote Counts

One of the best ways to make sure that your vote counts is by supporting Follow My Vote’s online voting platform.  This open source voting platform is designed around security, convenience, and most importantly, transparency.  Using the security of blockchain technology and elliptic curve cryptography, Follow My Vote  intends to ensure that democracy thrives through honest and verifiable elections worldwide.

Additional Resources

Vermont Board of Elections

Vermont Election Law 




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