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Elections & Voting
Annual Town Election - April 1, 2023
/DocumentCenter/View/10397 Click here for the Final Results.
Sample Ballots - remember each precinct has a different ballot
There will be Student Vote on April 1st for Students not yet 18 years old.
Vote by Mail/Early Voting
Voters will be able to do Early Voting starting March 15th in the Clerks office. Applications were mailed out in the census forms and are /DocumentCenter/View/8092/VBM-App-2022 /DocumentCenter/View/8092/VBM-App-2022 /DocumentCenter/View/9415 /DocumentCenter/View/9415 available at this link.
Voters who are unable to vote on Election Day because of physical disability, religious beliefs or absence from the town may vote by absentee ballot.
Campaign Finance Reports
Past Election Results
Permanently Disabled Voters
A voter who is permanently disabled need not submit a request for an absentee ballot every election.
Politician Contact Information
Find contact information for our governor, U.S. senators, and other political leaders.
State Directory of Political Address and Office Holders
This is a directory of all the offices, office holders and their addresses for the State.
Poll Locations / Hours
Know where and when to vote.
Election Worker Information
Running for Public Office
Any person who is a Burlington resident and a registered voter may obtain nomination papers for the April Annual Town Election ballot from the Town Clerk's Office.
Student Vote Program
The Town has implemented a Student Vote Program in an effort to familiarize the children with the process and encourage their participation as adults.
Voter registration in Burlington has never been easier than it is today.