Elections & Voting

EARLY VOTING ENDS AT NOON ON MONDAY BEFORE ANY ELECTION.

The town clerk’s office will be closed for set-up at noon.

2024 Elections:

Tuesday August 13th Primary Election

Tuesday November 5th General Election

Click on this link for the Vermont Secretary of State’s Office Elections Division: Election Information & Resources (vermont.gov)

Official Election Results March 5, 2024

UNOFFICIAL Election Results Ward 1 March 5 Town Meeting & Presidential Primary Election

UNOFFICIAL Election Results Ward 2 March 5 Town Meeting & Presidential Primary Election

UNOFFICIAL Election Results Ward 3 March 5 Town Meeting & Presidential Primary Election

UNOFFICIAL Election Results Ward 4 March 5 Town Meeting & Presidential Primary Election

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Rutland City Polling Locations: Polls are open 7:00am-7:00pm on election day

Ward 1; Godnick Center 1 Deer Street

Ward 2; Christ The King School 60 South Main Street/Killington Avenue

Ward 3; American Legion 33 Washington Street

Ward 4; Calvary Bible Church 2 Meadow Lane

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March Town Meeting Information

On the first Tuesday in March of EVEN numbered years, the legal voters of the city shall elect 5 Aldermen at large and Ward Officers each for a 2 year term and 3 School Commissioners for a three year term. In addition to election of officers other items voted on are the budgets for Municipal General Fund & Rutland City School District, Social Service Agencies, Bond Articles (if any), Advisory Articles (if any) and Petitioned Articles (if any).

One the first Tuesday in March of ODD numbered years, the legal voters of the city shall elect a Mayor, a City Treasurer, a City Assessor and 6 Aldermen at large each for a two year term and 4 School Commissioners for a three year term and 1 School Commissioners for a two year term. In addition to election of officers other items voted on are the budgets for Municipal General Fund & Rutland City School District, Social Service Agencies, Bond Articles (if any), Advisory Articles (if any) and Petitioned Articles (if any).

Online Voter Registration & Information

Absentee Ballots

If you would like to vote by an absentee ballot, please contact the City Clerk’s office by calling (802) 773-1800 x5 for each election. You may also fill out our online request form found under City Clerk Elections Menu on this site

Registering to vote in Vermont does not require you to declare a party

The State of Vermont is now on a statewide voter checklist system which requires you provide your Town Clerk with your Vermont issued Driver’s License number, Non-Driver’s license or Social Security Card when registering to vote for identification purposes. If you are a Rutland City resident, you may come into our office and register to vote or online (see our Voter Registration Section). Please make sure to bring your identification. For more information go to the Vermont Secretary of State website: Vermont Secretary of State – Elections Division.

PLEASE NOTE: if you have registered to vote through any outside source, such as the DMV, voter registration drive or other means, be sure to check with our office to be certain that your application was received by us!

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