Elections & Voting
State General Election - Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Early/absentee ballots for the November 8, 2022 general election were automatically mailed by the State to all active registered voters, on September 26, 2022. If you have not received one by October 7th, please visit mvp.vermont.gov or contact the Town Clerk's office to request one.
Voted ballots can be returned by mail, in the 24-hour drop box, or in person during normal business hours. Please remember to sign the certificate/voted envelope.
If you choose not to vote early/absentee, polls will be open on Tuesday, November 8th from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. PLEASE BRING YOUR BALLOT WITH YOU when you vote in person. We have a very limited supply of extra ballots. If you forget to bring your ballot with you, you will be required to sign an affidavit before receiving a replacement.
General Election WARNING & Notice to Voters (PDF)
Polling Place/Locations (to determine which voting district you belong to, please scroll down to the maps below):
GI-CHI district will vote in the Library Meeting Room
CHI-FRA district will vote in the Community Room
CHI-25 district will vote in the Library Meeting Room
All voters should enter the municipal building front entrance.
Chittenden Solid Waste District Election - Tuesday, November 8, 2022
CSWD will be holding a bond vote on the same day as the General Election, with separate ballots. These ballots are available for early/absentee voting upon request only - they are not part of the automatic State General Election mailing. Please visit mvp.vermont.gov or contact the Town Clerk's office to request one.
Please return your voted CSWD ballot in its own sealed and signed envelope, separate from the General Election ballot and signed envelope. Please do not combine the two.
Effective April 2022, Milton was divided into three voting districts (House Districts) - "Grand Isle Chittenden", "Chittenden-Franklin" and "Chittenden-25". The voting districts are essential in State elections as they determine legislative representation. We do not use separate districts for local elections (Annual Town Meeting). Click on the maps below to help determine which district you belong to.
What district am I in? This interactive map allows you to search for a specific address and will place a pin on the map and tell you what district that address is in. You can also click on a given parcel on the map, and it will display the address and the district.
What will we be voting on?
Town Meeting Day (each year)
On the first Tuesday of every March, Vermont towns hold an election (or meeting) to:
- Elect local officials
- Approve town and school budgets for the upcoming year, and
- Vote on any other town-related issues to be brought before the voters
State Primary & General Elections (every two years)
- Vermont legislative seats (Senators & Representatives)
- VT Governors and statewide officials (including Justices of the Peace)
- U.S. Senators and Representatives
U.S. Presidential Primary & General Elections (every four years)
The same items are voted on as in the state elections every two years, but in addition:
- President and Vice-President