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General Election November 3, 2020 
(Updated October 28, 2020)

Register to Vote online by Sunday Nov 1, 2020 to be included on the checklist at the polls in Middlebury (olvr.vermont.gov). If you miss this deadline or you do not appear on the checklist you may register to vote on Election Day at the polls. Be prepared to show ID and proof of Middlebury residency. You may have to confirm residency if your voter registration was challenged due to undeliverable mail returned to us during the Primary Election.

The Middlebury Town Clerk’s Office staff has been available by phone or email to assist most voters with their election questions and concerns. As of 5:00pm on Thursday Oct 29th Town Clerk’s Office staff will be setting up the polls and preparing for the election. We cannot guarantee that we will be available to take your phone calls or respond to emails as quickly as you may wish, but we encourage you to please leave a message. 802-388-8100 X 211, 212, or 213. If emailing it is best to copy both awebster@townofmiddlebury.org & mwright@townofmiddlebury.org. We will do our best to respond to you.

With the election being just a few days away the Middlebury Town Clerk’s Office is no longer automatically mailing a ballot to all new voters whose registrations we process. If you have not received your ballot for any reason you should plan to come to the polls to vote in person. We have currently processed over 3,000 ballots, so we are hoping that voters will have no trouble socially distancing at the polls. You may bring your own pen, but disposable pencils will be available for marking your ballot. Wearing a mask is required to enter the polling place. If you are unable to wear a mask inquire at the front door and two election officials will assist you with curbside voting.

The ballot drop box is still available outside the Town Office door closest to the Library. Ballots may be deposited any time up to Election Day, but we suggest if you want to drop off your voted ballot on Election Day to come to the polls. Ballots sealed in the signed certificate envelope may be dropped off without going through the polls.

If you have received a ballot and plan to vote in person at the polls please bring your ballot with you. If you did not receive the issued ballot or lost your ballot you will still be able to vote in person at the polls, but will have to sign an affidavit indicating that you have not cast any other ballot in this election.

General Election
November 3, 2020
Middlebury Recreation Center Gymnasium
154 Creek Road
Middlebury, VT 05753

Polls open 7:00am to 7:00pm

 


Vermont State Primary Results
Town of Middlebury
August 11, 2020

 


 Voter Resources


Vermont Secretary of State Website

My Voter Page 

Online Voter Registration System

A Citizen's Guide to Vermont Town Meeting