You can register to vote in the state of Vermont by filling out a voter registration form, which is called an “Application for Addition to the Checklist.” You can download a registration form online through the website of the Vermont Secretary of State. You can also register to vote through your town or city clerk’s office, request an application by mail, or register at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Your completed application must be submitted to your town or city clerk. You also have to take the Voter’s Oath, which you can do in front of any adult, or at your polling place on Election Day, if you have not previously voted in Vermont.
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