To register to vote you must be a citizen of the United States and 18 years of age. Voter registration must be in the town where you claim your permanent residence and reside for the majority of the year. To vote in an upcoming election you may register to vote at the polls on Election Day by providing proof of residence, but you will maneuver the voting process much quicker if you are already on the checklist. The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles will automatically send a Voter Registration Form to the town of your residence when you apply for or renew your license. You may also register to vote on-line at olvr.vermont.gov. Or you may register to vote in person at the Town Clerk’s Office at 77 Main Street in Middlebury, Monday through Thursday, from 7:30am to 5:30pm.
My Voter Page
My Voter Page is a site created by the Vermont Secretary of State’s Office to assist voters at several levels. You may use this system to check your voter status, request and track absentee ballots, find your polling location, view sample ballots, update your personal and address information, respond to a challenge letter, or take your oath. You may access the site at mvp.vermont.gov.