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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

It's Vermont Primary Day! Do You Know Who You're Voting For?

Posted By on Tue, Aug 14, 2018 at 3:01 AM

It may be a quiet election season, but all of Vermont's top statewide offices are up for grabs. On the local level, several longtime leaders in the House and Senate are leaving their posts, opening up legislative seats around the state. Vermonters head to the polls for the primary today: Tuesday, August 14. Are you registered to vote? Do you know where to go on Election Day? The Vermont Secretary of State's Office offers a handy tool allowing you to double-check all the details.

Not registered yet? No problem. In Vermont, you can register online until the Friday before the election to make sure your name appears on the voter rolls, or fill out a paper application (PDF) at your polling place.

Once you've confirmed your polling place, make sure you know who'll be on your ballot. Dive into all our election coverage, or dig into our coverage from a specific race:

Governor

U.S. Congress

Statehouse Races

Other County and Local Races



This story was originally published on August 10, 2018.

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