Vt. How to Vote Early in the August 9 Primary

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Vermonters will be able to vote early for the August 9 primary.

Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos says early voting will officially start on June 24.

Officials say any registered voter can ask for a ballot from their town clerk by phone, mail, or online for the August primary.

“Vermont’s early voting system is one of the many ways our office ensures voting is accessible to eligible Vermont voters. We recognize that many Vermonters have busy schedules and may not be able to take time away from work or their families to vote on August 9th. Early voting ensures these people are not left out of the democratic process by giving them more opportunities to cast their vote,” said  Secretary Condos.

Vermonters who aren’t registered to vote can do so by clicking here, you have until August 3 to register to be able to vote in the primary.

You can request a voting ballot by clicking here.

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