Election Information & Results

​Town/School Meeting - March 2, 2019
Warning  |  Election Results

​Town/School Meeting - March 5, 2019
Sample Town Ballot | Sample School Ballot

General Election - November 6, 2018
Warning | Sample Ballot-Dist. 4-1 | Sample Ballot Dist. 4-2
Results: District 4-1 District 4-2 

​Primary Election August 14, 2018
Warning Sample Ballot Sample Ballot 
Results: District 4-1 District 4-2 

Annual Town Meeting - March 6th 2018 
Results Warning 

Annual School Meeting - March 6th 2018 

Annual Town Meeting - March 7th 2017 

Results Warning | Proposed Charter Amendments | Proposed Charter Changes | Tax Increment Finance District Bond Information

Annual School District Meeting - March 7th 2017 

General Election Day, November 8th, 2016

District Windsor 4-1: Results
District Windsor 4-2: Results
District Windsor 4-1 & 4-2: Results

Vermont Primary Elections, August 9th 2016

District Windsor 4-1: Results
District Windsor 4-2: Results

View archived election results.

​Election Information

Voting is from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hartford High School in the gym:
37 Highland Avenue

White River Junction, VT

Early voting is available by:
  • By going into the Town Clerk’s office and voting in the office
  • Calling the Town Clerk’s office at 802-295-2785 and requesting a ballot be sent to you
  • Taking your own ballot home, and mailing it back or delivering it back to the Town Clerk’s office
Please Note: Within a building containing a polling place, none of the following items are displayed, placed, handed out or allowed to remain:
  • Buttons
  • Campaign literature
  • Information on write-in candidates
  • Name stamps
  • Stickers
  • Other political materials
Within the building containing a polling place, no candidate, election official or other person:
  • Distributes election materials
  • Solicits voters
  • Or otherwise campaigns

Voter Registration

If you are a resident of the Town of Hartford, you may register to vote in the Town Clerk's Office. If you have never before registered to vote in the State of Vermont, we will administer the Voter's Oath. New names are added to the voter checklist before every election. 

Last year, Secretary of State Jim Condos announced the launch of VT’s new Elections Management Platform.  This streamlined the elections administration process, providing voters with greater access to voter specific information.  Over 25,000 Vermonters registered to vote online in 2016.  For the November General Election, nearly 6,500 Vermonters requested an absentee ballot through the My Voter Page.  

By using the My Voter Page, a registered voter can:
  • Check registration status;
  • View information on upcoming elections;
  • Access voter specific elections information, including directions to a polling place and polling hours;
  • View a sample ballot; 
  • Request and track an absentee ballot; 
  • and much more. 
We encourage voters to log into their My Voter Page to learn more.  

Registered Voters can log in at:         http://mvp.sec.state.vt.us
Online registration can be found at:   http://olvr.sec.state.vt.us