Everything you need to know to vote in Vermont!
Voter Checklists in Vermont
Each town or city in Vermont prepares a
"checklist" of voters who are registered to vote within the town or city. The
checklist contains the names and addresses of each resident who has been found
to be a legally qualified voter in the town or city. Checklists in Vermont do
not contain any political party information because there is no party
registration in Vermont.
Since January 1, 2006, the
Secretary of State has a centralized voter checklist for the State of
Vermont. If a person wants to obtain a copy of the statewide checklist, the person must complete a
that the statewide checklist will not be used for commercial purposes.
If you are interested in obtaining voter checklists in Vermont, you must contact the town or city clerk for each municipality. You can view
The Guide to Town and City Clerks
on our website or we can mail you a
paper copy. Checklists are public records in Vermont. The custodian of the list
can charge either 4 cents per page one-sided, 6 cents double-sided, or 88 cents
for a disk.
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