The Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Vermont is on Tuesday, August 9, 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.
- You do not need to be a registered Democrat to vote in the primary election.
- 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
- Early voting is already underway as of June 24, 2022. You can request an early or absentee ballot online, on paper, or at your town clerk’s office. Online and paper requests along with town clerk information can be found HERE.
- Starting June 25, you can also vote early in person without requesting a ballot by visiting your town clerk.
- Mail-in ballots must be received by election day to be counted.
- Do you know where your polling place is? You can check HERE or download this document.*
- Polls on election day open between 5am and 10am depending on your polling place, and close at 7pm. Check your polling place hours by downloading this document.*
- 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.
* Subject to change as the campaign progresses.