Most Morristown elections are held at the:

Morristown Municipal Building - 43 Portland Street 


As the local arm of the Secretary of State's Office, the Town Clerk serves as the chief election official for the Town of Morristown, supervising polling places, election officers and the general conduct of all elections. The Clerk directs the preparation of ballots, polling places, voting equipment, voting lists, the certification of nomination papers and initiative petitions. Additionally, the Town Clerk is responsible for voter registration and absentee balloting, as well as preparing, recording and reporting official election results to the Secretary of State.

Contact the shaskins [at] morritstownvt.org (Town Clerk) for any election questions. 

Interested in Becoming an Election Worker? 

Morristown relies on members of the community to offer their time to work at the polls. Tasks that workers perform include helping direct voters to the right place, setting up and breaking down the poll, handing out ballots, registering voters and marking voter participation. Workers must be registered voters in the Town of Morristown. 16 and 17 year olds may also work under the supervision of an adult worker. They should have strong attention to detail and should be able to conduct themselves in a friendly, professional manner. No prior training or experience is required.  A variety of shifts are available. If you are interested in working at the polls complete the following interest form or contact the shaskins [at] morristownvt.gov (Town Clerk) if you would like more information.

43 Portland Street
Morrisville, VT 05661
United States

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