Elections

Secretary of State urges voters to verify or update registration info by Wednesday

Voters should verify or update their voter registration information by this Wednesday, August 31 to prevent any possible delays with the mailing of their November 8 General Election ballot, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office said today.

Ballots will be mailed to all Vermont voters.

“However you choose to vote, whether early by mail, in-person at the Town Clerk’s office, by dropping your ballot off at a secure ballot drop box, or at the poll on Election Day, the first step is ensuring that your voter record is up to date to prevent any delays with us sending you a ballot,” said Secretary of State Jim Condos.

Voters can verify or update their voter registration information, including address and mailing address, online at https://mvp.vermont.gov or directly with their Town or City Clerk.

All Vermont voters will be mailed a ballot for the 2022 General Election, which is held on November 8. Voters are not required to vote early, or by mail, and may choose to vote in person at their Clerk’s office or at the polls on Election Day. All polling locations will be open as usual on Election Day.

The Vermont voter checklist is regularly updated by the Town and City Clerks. Online and automatic voter registration further provide updates. However, voters are still encouraged to check and verify or update their voter information to prevent any possible delays with the delivery of their General Election ballot.

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  1. “All Vermont voters will be mailed a ballot for the 2022 General Election, which is held on November 8.” So even though I will be going to the polling place, and voting in person, the Sec of State’s Office feels it necessary, or preferable to mail me the ballot ? Sounds like an invitation/encouragement to improper voting to me .

    • Also, this should be made a preferential option. (you know like absentee voting. Remember that ?) There are going to be those who just do not want to vote no matter how “easy” you make it. What is next ? going to their houses, and marking the ballots for them ? The more ballots that here are out there, the more likely the probability for fraud. If someone does not want to vote, why should they be sent a ballot ? There’s an old saying about leading a horse to water.

  2. this whole thing is crazy……it provides ample opportunity for voter fraud, nice to support usps is about the only good thing, and what a waste of paper……
    oh but wait there are billions available to plant trees to help the carbon footprint…..OMG has this admin lost their minds……….I think YES

  3. I wonder if “our” government will stop this insanity IF WE TELL THEM WE ARE GOING TO PERSONALLY TAKE THESE MAILED OUT FRAUD TICKETS TO MONTPELIER……..so we can shove them somewhere close to Condon…where the sun don’t shine?

  4. Where do you go to become a MULE. I heard they pay $10.00 for every ballot you can stuff into those secure ballot drop boxes. This can become Christmas money. Oh Jim, don’t forget to turn off those security cameras. Don’t forget the faraday bags to negate Geo tracking. This ones in the bag.

  5. Where do you go to become a MULE. I heard they pay $10.00 for every ballot you can stuff into those secure ballot drop boxes. This can become Christmas money. Oh Jim, don’t forget to turn off those security cameras. Don’t forget the faraday bags to negate Geo tracking. This ones in the bag. Satire of course.

  6. Vermont is a member of ERIC, a non-profit corporation governed by a board of directors made up of member-states.

    What does ERIC do? Each member state receives reports that show voters who have moved within their state, voters who have moved out of state, voters who have died, duplicate registrations in the same state, and individuals who are potentially eligible to vote but are not yet registered. States may request a report identifying voters who appear to have voted twice within the state in the prior federal election, voted in more than one state in the prior federal election, or who voted on behalf of a deceased voter in the prior federal election.

    Who are the Board Members? Will Senning, Director of Elections and Campaign Finance, of Vermont, is one of the Members for 2022-2023.

    Who Pays for ERIC? The member states. New members pay a one-time joining fee of $25,000. These fees are generally held in reserve for large periodic expenses, for example IT upgrades. Each member state also pays annual dues, which are determined by a formula approved by the ERIC membership. The formula includes citizen voting age population as a factor. States with large populations pay more than states with smaller populations. Annual member dues for 2021-22 range from about $16,000 to about $74,000. ERIC’s annual budget for FY 2021-22 is approximately $1,037,000.

    Here’s a list of the member states: As of August 2022 – Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. The District of Columbia is also a member. (33 states plus D.C.)

    Here’s the website: https://ericstates.org

    Something to check out, seems like ERIC holds all the Voter Rolls for the above States, (i.e. Names of every potential eligible voter). What a great resource to have for cheating (i.e. pump-up the Voter Rolls for Ballot Dumping/Harvesting from mail-in Ballots), and each State (the taxpayers) sends their money to them.

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