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In Vermont, there are four requirements to become a legally qualified voter. You must be :
(If you have not voted before in Vermont, you must take the voter's oath and have a notary public, justice of the peace, or board of civil authority member administer and witness the oath. The oath simply states that you will vote your conscience and not be directed by another.)
After you complete your application to the checklist swearing or affirming that you meet the four requirements above, the local board of civil authority, or town clerks in towns that have authorized the town clerk by vote at town meeting, will review your application and make a decision to add you to the checklist or to deny your application. You will be informed of the decision, and if denied, you can appeal to a court in your county. If you are denied, you can also call our office and we can review the legal requirements and process with you.
There is NO PARTY REGISTRATION in Vermont. Names are added to the checklist alphabetically with addresses but with no party affiliation noted.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 27 March 2008 21:19|