November 3, 2020 General Election

Every registered voter in Vermont will be mailed a November ballot directly from the Vermont Secretary of State’s office, the government office in charge of Statewide elections.

See the WARNING and SAMPLE BALLOT at the bottom of this page.

You do not need to request a ballot for the November 2020 General election. A ballot will be mailed to every registered voter.

To ensure you receive a ballot at the correct address, go to Here you can check that your mailing address and information is correct. If you received your Primary election ballots at the correct address, there should be no problem with the November General election ballot.

If you are not already registered to vote, you can do this online at

You can register to vote anytime, even on election day Nov 3 at the polls, but it is a more streamlined process if you plan ahead.

Ballots will be mailed on September 21 to all registered Vermont voters, so the ballot should arrive for each voter by early October at the latest.

If you do not receive a ballot in the mail or if you lose your ballot, you can still vote by contacting the or coming to the polls Tuesday, Nov 3.

You can vote in-person if you want to. Come to the polls at the Calais Town Hall, 1662 Kent Hill Rd on Tuesday, Nov. 3 between 7 am and 7 pm. Bring the ballot that was mailed to you.


You can return your ballot one of three ways:

Return your ballot by USPS mail – mail it EARLY to ensure it is received at the Calais Town Office by Nov 3, OR

Drop your ballot off anytime in the secure Drop Box in the entryway to the Calais Town Office, OR

Bring your ballot to the Town Hall on Tuesday, November 3 between 7 am and 7 pm to drop it off with an election official. Wear a mask.