Vermont

Registered voters do not need to provide an ID when they vote, except for some first-time voters.

 

Is out-of-state ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Vermont

Is student ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Vermont

Is an expired ID accepted?

Yes!
No ID is required to vote in Vermont

COVID-19 Update

Vermont’s governor signed a law authorizing the Secretary of State to send all registered voters mail-in ballots for the November 3rd general election. Voters can return them by mail, take them to their local town or city clerk or bring the ballot to their polling place on Election Day.

If you prefer to vote in person, polling places will still be open.

Vermont ID Requirements for Voting In Person

You do not need to provide ID when you vote in person.

BUT: If it is your first time voting in a federal election in Vermont, please see the federal ID requirements for first-time voters. A federal election is when you vote for the President, your Congressional Representative or your Senators.

Vermont ID Requirements for Voting By Mail

You do not need a copy of your ID to vote by mail in Vermont.

BUT: If it is your first time voting in a federal election in Vermont, please see the federal ID requirements for first-time voters. A federal election is when you vote for the President, your Congressional Representative or your Senators.

The signature on your mail ballot must match your signature on file with the state.

Frequently Asked Questions

There is no process to “cure” (fix) your ballot if it is rejected.