Vermont Conservation Voters

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Elections

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Vermont held its statewide Primary Elections on Tuesday, August 9, 2022. Voters overwhelmingly elected candidates who will fight for climate action and a healthy environment. Click here to read more about the primary election results.

The Statewide General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

All voters will be mailed their ballot on or by September 26th. You can then fill in and mail back your ballot, or you can bring it to your local ballot dropbox, or vote early at your town clerk’s office. You can also still vote in-person at your polling place on Election Day, November 8th. Click here to track your ballot, check your voter registration, and more: https://mvp.vermont.gov/


VCV Endorsements

In election years, Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) endorses pro-environment candidates, and works to help elect our endorsed candidates. Through its endorsements, VCV aims to educate voters across Vermont on candidates whose values and actions demonstrate a commitment to our vision and values, by advancing and defending policies that protect the environment and promote health while advancing social, racial, and economic justice; and strengthening our democracy.

Click here to find Vermont Conservation Voters’ 2022 endorsements, election results, and more!

VOTER EDUCATION

VCV works to educate voters about their candidates. We co-hosted several candidate forums, including the events highlighted below. Voters can also see how your current elected officials voted on key environmental bills by checking out our Environmental Scorecard!

On July 6, 2022 Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) and Vermont Public Interest Research Group (VPIRG) hosted a Democratic Candidate Forum for State Senate Candidates in Washington County. Watch below to hear five candidates discuss climate crisis, clean water, smart growth housing, and much more.

On June 2, 2022 Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) and Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC) hosted a Congressional Candidate Forum. Watch below to hear from the leading candidates for Congress about their priorities and vision for Vermont and the country.


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