The 2022 Vermont election represents a massive sea change in Vermont due to new Vermont House and Senate districts as well as the “great resignation” we’ve seen with over one-third of the House and one-third of the Senate retiring. The redistricting process rearranged some house districts and broke Chittenden County into three different Senate districts. Do you know what senate district you are in? Do you know who’s running for office in your district(s)?
We’re here to help you with as simple as four easy steps;
Find Your New Vermont Senate and House Districts
Enter your address in the below search widget to see your new Vermont Senate and House districts.
See Who's Filed to Run in the New Vermont House and Senate Districts
Check Your Voting Status and Plan
Visit the Secretary of State’s “My Voter Page.” You can use this page to check:
- Voter registration status
- Absentee ballot status
- Mail-In application and ballot status
- Poll location
- Elected officials
- Registration information on file with the town office
- Sample ballot for the upcoming election
- Challenge letter response
- Take oath
LCC's Candidate Questionnaire
In an effort to better help voters understand how candidates will deal with issues that relate to Vermont businesses and the economy, LCC has invited candidates for the Vermont Senate and House Districts in our region to share their perspectives.
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