Vermont’s State Primary Election is on Tuesday, August 11. That means you have just a few days left to make sure your vote is counted!
The Secretary of State is recommending Vermonters mail in their primary ballots no later than August 3rd to ensure that they arrive at the town clerks’ offices in time to be counted on Election Day.
Have you mailed back your primary ballots?
If yes – great! You can track your ballot at mvp.vermont.gov
If not, get it in the mail by August 3rd to make sure it has enough time to arrive to your town clerk via mail.
Not sure how to correctly fill out and return your mail-in ballot?
We have you covered! Check out our recent blog post and video for simple, step by step instructions.
Received your ballots but won’t be able to mail them by August 3rd?
No problem! You can drop it off with your town clerk by August 10th. To find the address, phone number, and office hours of your town clerk, go to https://sos.vermont.gov/elections/town-clerks/.
You can also always return your ballot at your polling location on Election Day.
Either way, don’t forget your mask!
Don’t have your primary ballot yet?
If you already requested a mailed ballot and do not yet have it, you can track it online at mvp.vermont.gov.
If you have not already requested your ballot for the August primary, you can call your town clerk to figure out the best time to vote early at their office, or plan to vote at your polling location on election day. If you do plan to vote on election day, please follow all safety procedures, and plan for that to take a little extra time.
Want to help encourage your fellow Vermonters to vote this year? Check out our Vote Safe Ambassadors program: www.votesafevt.com