Elections & Voting

Annual Town Meeting - Tuesday, March 1, 2022

If you are interested in running for an elected position, you will need to complete a Consent of Candidate form and the Nominating Petition (can be found below).  All completed petitions must contain a minimum of 30 signatures of registered Milton voters.  Both forms must be submitted to the Town Clerk's Office by 5:00 pm on Monday, January 24, 2022.

Elected positions to be voted on:

Moderator 1 year termLibrary Trustee 2 year term
Select Board 3 year termSchool Trustee 3 year term
Select Board 1 year termSchool Trustee 2 year term
Select Board 1 year termSchool Trustee 1 year term
Library Trustee 3 year termChamplain Water District Representative 3 year term


Request a Ballot

Voters can request an early/absentee ballot, as early as January 1st each year.  Requests will be collected until the ballots are available to be mailed out (around February 9th).  Ways to request an early ballot:

  • Online at My Voter Page: mvp.vermont.gov
  • Call the Clerk’s Office: 802-893-4111
  • Email the Town Clerk (click the link on the sidebar to the right)
  • Print the request form (can be found below) and return it to the Clerk’s office (by mail or drop box)
  • In-person at the Clerk’s Office (43 Bombardier Road)

Helpful Links

FIND YOUR LEGISLATOR

Register to Vote: Online Voter Registration Opens in new window
Maintain Voter Information,
Request Ballot:My Voter Page Opens in new window
Election Information:SOS

Voting Districts

There are two voting districts in Milton - "Milton Chittenden 10" and "Grand Isle Chittenden". The voting districts are important in State Elections as they determine legislative representation.  (We don't use the separate districts for Local Elections.)  Click on the maps below to determine which district you belong to.

Maps

Milton Chittenden 10 District (PDF)

Grand Isle Chittenden District (PDF)

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 2 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 4 years)

The same items are voted on as in the state elections every two years, but in addition:

  • President and Vice-President