Vermonters not yet registered to vote can register online today – or at the DMV or their local city or town clerk’s office.
Town, county and state committees have been naming candidates to appear on the November 8 General Election ballot. Who’s running in your town?
To ensure that you get your Nov. 8 general election ballot in the mail, the Secretary of State’s office urges you to verify or update your voter ID information.
Only 600 Progressives cast ballots in the August 9 primary. However, 102,408 cast Democratic ballots, outpolling the GOP by more than 3-1.
The state-level vote certification of the August 9 primary had been delayed due to software problems with the 2022 redistricting of Vermont House and Senate districts.
The state’s contractor has been unable to resolve an administrative technology issue impacting the office’s ability to generate reports based on the official return of votes submitted by Town and City Clerks.
Election software problems related to redistricting have postponed today’s scheduled certification of Vermont State Senate primary election results.
“Our vendor has, so far, been unable to correct an issue with a narrow subset of how Senate races are appearing from Election Night Reporting (ENR), as a result of redistricting,” SOS spokesperson Eric Covey said.
A pair of unknown ex-military men walked into the Vermont political arena months ago, and last night walked away with the party nominations for U.S. Senate and Congress.
Secretary of State explains why Dominion vote tabulator memory cards replaced prior to primary election
Vermont election officials explain why they switched memory cards on Dominion vote counting machines before the primary.