The election for U.S. Senate in Vermont is on Tuesday, November 8 2022.
- Are you registered to vote in Vermont? You can check your status HERE.
- If you need to register to vote, you can visit your town clerk or register online HERE.
- You can use a drivers license, passport, current utility bill, current bank statement, or another government document containing your residential address as acceptable ID.
- There is no deadline to register, you may register to vote up to and including the day of the election.
Vote by Mail/Early Voting
- Vermont uses universal mail-in voting for the general election. Every registered voter in the state will be mailed a ballot without needing to request one.
- Beginning September 24, you can also vote early in person.
- Mail-in ballots must be received by election day to be counted.
- Make sure you know where your polling place is by checking your voter profile.
- Polls on election day open between 5am and 10am depending on your polling place, and close at 7pm. Your voter profile will list the hours of your polling place.
- If you are already registered, Vermont does not require voters to present identification while voting. However, it is best to bring ID with you in case you do need it.
- If you are in line at the time polls close you must be allowed to vote.