US Elections ~ Vermont
Directory of Vermont elections. Vermont candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). VT primary and election races. Voting info.Political parties. State election office.
Election, Primary & Caucus Dates:
Presidential Primary: March 3, 2020
Democrat Delegates: 16
Republican Delegates: 17
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Vermont Electoral Votes: 3
The Electoral College consists of 538 electors.
A majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect the President.
2019 | On Your Ballot:
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Poll Opening & Closing Times:
In the state of Vermont, polling places will open between 5:00 AM - 10:00 AM Eastern Time, depending on the town. All polling places will close at 7:00 PM.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.
Vermont State Legislature:
Vermont has 30 State Senate members: 22 (Democrats), 6 (Republicans), 2 (Progressive Party).
Length of term: 2 years.
House of Representatives
Vermont has 150 State House members: 95 (Democrats), 44 (Republicans), 6 (Progressive Party), 5 (Independent).
Length of term: 2 years.
Terms are 6 years in length.
Each state has 2 US Senators. 2 US Senators x 50 States = 100 Total US Senators.
Bernie Sanders (Independent)
Has been in office since: 2007
* Next Election in 2024.
U.S. House Of Representatives:
Terms are 2 years in length.
Vermont has 1 Rep (Congressmen & Congresswomen) in the House.
Total number of Reps in the House = 435.
Vermont Election Office:
Division of Elections
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Find Your Home Town | Localized Vermont Election Information:
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- CALIFORNIA District 8: Congressman Paul Cook (R) will not seek reelection. State Assemblyman Jay Obernolte (R) enters the race. September 17, 2019
- WISCONSIN District 5: State Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald (R) to run for retiring Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner's (R) seat. September 17, 2019
- MASSACHUSETTS District 4: State Treasurer Deb Goldberg (D) files FEC papers to run for a possible open seat of Congressman Joe Kennedy (D). September 17, 2019
- COLORADO: Denise Burgess (D) enters the race vs US Senator Cory Gardner (R) next year. September 17, 2019
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