On Tuesday, votes were certified by the Vermont canvassing committee in Montpelier.
The votes were canvassed by Jim Condos, Secretary of State; Conor Casey, designee for Dottie Deans, Democratic Party Chair; Josh Wronski, designee for Emma Mulvaney Stanak, Progressive Party Chair; and Jeff Bartley, designee for David Sunderland, Republican Party Chair.
According to Secretary of State Jim Condos the state set a new record for registered voters and early voters.
Over three-hundred and twenty thousand votes were counted. The press release says sixty-eight percent of registered voters cast their ballots a week ago.
You can see the official numbers for federal and statewide races below.
US President Hillary Clinton 178,573
US Senator Patrick Leahy 192,243
US House Peter Welch 264,414
VT Governor Phil Scott 166,817
Lt Governor David Zuckerman 159,738
State Treasurer Beth Pearce 234,566
Secretary of State Jim Condos 255,201
Auditor of Accounts Doug Hoffer 159,695
Attorney General T J Donovan 200,020
In the write-in category, over 18,000 Vermonters wrote in Bernie Sanders for President, that was more votes than Jill Stein and Gary Johnson got combined.
Click here to see the rest of the results town by town.