There are three ballots for Vermont’s August 2018 Primary Election in Milton’s two voting districts: Milton Chittenden 10 and Grand Isle Chittenden.

When you vote on Tuesday, Aug. 14, you will choose ONE ballot on which to vote – a Democratic, a Republican, or a Progressive ballot. To help you prepare to vote, sample ballots are available on the Town of Milton Voting & Elections webpage.  You can also click on links to district maps to help you determine your voting district.

When and Where to Vote
Early Voting
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday before August 14
Town Clerk’s Office
43 Bombardier Rd., Milton, VT 05468

Election Day Voting
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14
Town and Library Community Rooms
43 Bombardier Rd., Milton, VT 05468

In Vermont, only first-time voters who have registered by mail are required to show ID in order to vote. If you registered when you renewed your driver’s license, or as part of a voter registration drive, you will not be required to show ID.

If you need accommodations to assist you with voting, you may:

  • Contact your Town Clerk to request accommodations.  In Milton, call 802-893-6655 Option 1.
  • Bring a person of your choice into the voting booth with you for assistance (not your employer or union representative).
  • Ask an election official for assistance with marking your ballot.
  • Ask an election official to bring a ballot to your car.
  • Bring a magnifying glass or other devices to help you use the ballot.
  • Bring a list of candidates into the voting booth to help you.
  • Ask for another ballot (maximum of 3) if you make a mistake.
  • Use the new OmniBallot tablet method of voting.

Voter Registration
Registration is available during normal business hours of your town clerk’s office on days preceding the election and during polling hours on Election Day.  You may also register online at

 First Time Registering by Mail or Online
If you are registering to vote in Vermont for the first time by mail or online, you must include a photocopy of an acceptable form of ID. Acceptable forms of ID are:

  • Valid photo ID (driver’s license or passport)
  • Current utility bill
  • Current bank statement
  • Another government document

For complete information on voting in Vermont, visit the Vermont Election webpages at

Photo by Susan Larson.