Ballots are not being mailed to people – they are being mailed to addresses. The people may or may not be there. If you get an excess ballot, report it.
VT GOP creates ‘Excess Ballot’ reporting
If you have received a ballot in the mail that doesn’t belong to you, the Vermont Republican Party wants to hear about it.
You’ve got a ballot – make sure you have a plan, Sec State Condos says
“Whether you plan to vote early by mail, in-person at your Town Clerk’s office, by dropping your ballot at a secure ballot drop box, or in-person at the polls on Election Day, having a voting plan helps ensure that you don’t experience any issues when casting your ballot,” said Condos.
Double voting ‘rare,’ VT election office says
“Double voting is incredibly rare, and when it does happen it is caught, investigated and acted on,” a Vermont election official promised today.
Vermonters can register to vote online, at DMV, or at town/city clerk’s office
Vermonters not yet registered to vote can register online today – or at the DMV or their local city or town clerk’s office.
Look who’s on the November 8 ballot
Town, county and state committees have been naming candidates to appear on the November 8 General Election ballot. Who’s running in your town?
Secretary of State urges voters to verify or update registration info by Wednesday
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.
Primary results: voters ‘cure’ defective ballots for first time; Dems outpoll GOP by more than 3-1
Only 600 Progressives cast ballots in the August 9 primary. However, 102,408 cast Democratic ballots, outpolling the GOP by more than 3-1.
Almost a week late, primary vote certification scheduled for this afternoon
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.
UPDATE: Primary election software snafu should be fixed by Friday, Sec State hopes
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.