Lyndon's Annual Town Meeting is held the first Tuesday in March at the Lyndon Town School located on Lily Pond Road. Town Meeting starts at 9:00 AM in the gymnasium. Australian balloting is held from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM in the cafeteria.
Lyndonville's Annual Village Meeting is held the third Tuesday in March at the Municipal Office Building located at 119 Park Avenue. The Village Meeting starts at 7:00 PM in the conference room.
Primary elections are held the second Tuesday of August every even numbered year. General elections are held the second Tuesday of November every even numbered year.
Primary and General elections are held in the gymnasium of the Municipal Office Building located at 119 Park Ave.
Registering to Vote Online The Vermont Secretary of State's Office has established an online voter registration program known as VEMS (Vermont Elections Management System). You may use this system to: (1) register to vote in Vermont, (2) change your name and/or address on your current voter registration record. Click here to access
My Voter Page The Vermont Secretary of State's Office has also established a My Voter Page which allows you to check your (1) Voter registration status, (2) Absentee ballot status, (3) Mail-In application and ballot status, (4) Polling location, (5) Elected officials, (6) Registration information on file with the town office, (7) view sample ballot for the upcoming election, (8) Challenge letter response and (9)
take your oath. Click here to access
Voting by Early Absentee Ballot If you prefer to vote early or by mail you can! Voting starts as soon as ballots are available-not later than 45 days before the primary or general election and 20 days prior to a municipal election that uses the Australian ballot. Click to obtain a Request for Early Absentee Voter Ballot. Complete this form and return it to the Lyndon Town Clerk's Office (P.O. Box 167, Lyndonville, VT 05851). If you have any questions about early or absentee voting, please call (802-626-5785) or visit the Lyndon Town Clerk's Office.
Laws relating to elections are voluminous and change frequently. For current information regarding election rules and regulations, please visit the website of the Vermont Secretary of State at www.sec.state.vt.us