General Election Voter Process
Due to the current pandemic, the Vermont Secretary of State's office will be mailing out General Election ballots to all registered voters in the State beginning September 21st. This means that, if you are a registered voter, you will automatically receive an absentee ballot by mail even if you have not requested one. Ballots will be mailed by the Secretary of State’s Office in batches so not all of them will go out at once. If you do not receive your ballot by October 5th, please contact the Vergennes City Clerk Office so that we can issue you a replacement ballot and have you complete a Voter Affidavit Form For Undelivered or Lost Absentee Ballots.
Absentee ballots have to be mailed back to the Vergennes City Clerk using the prepaid return envelope provided to you or you may drop your absentee ballot off at Vergennes City Hall during our regular business hours prior to election day. It is extremely important that you place your voted ballot in the Certificate Envelope that will be provided and that you fill-out the front of the envelope and sign it. If you fail to sign the Certificate Envelope, your vote CAN NOT be counted.
In-person voting will also be available on Tuesday, November 3rd at the Vergennes City Fire Station located at 50 Green Street. The voting polls will be open from 9 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. If you decide you want to vote in-person, please be sure to bring your unvoted absentee ballot that was mailed to you.
If you have any questions regarding the voting process being used, please contact the City Clerk Britney Aube at (802)-877-2841 or email@example.com.