You can find a draft of our Town audit here:
Please find your town report here:
Town of Fayston HUUSD Budget Re-Vote
You may early vote any time for this election – contact us by phone (496-2454) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request your ballot. Please remember that your voted ballot needs to be returned to the Fayston Town Office by 7:00p.m. on Tuesday June 16th to be counted. Do not wait too long to request if planning to return the ballot by mail.
Also, please be aware that the Fayston Town Offices will be closed to all early voting at NOON on 6/15/2020 to allow staff time to prepare for the election the next day.
In person voting will be happening at the Robert Vasseur Municipal Building on Tuesday June 16th from 7:00a.m. to 7:00p.m. We will be requiring voters to sanitize hands and to wear a mask. We do not have masks to provide to you so please come prepared with your own.
Please find the Town Report for 2019 here.
Please find the warning for the 2020 Town meeting here.
See you March 3, 2020 at the Robert Vasseur Town Hall!
Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos has announced the roll-out of the new Elections Management Platform. This platform has three main parts:
- Elections Management System (EMS) – includes a new statewide voter checklist and other resources and tools to be used by town and city clerks across Vermont to conduct all of their election related business – from registering voters, to processing absentee ballot requests, to entering election results;
- New Online Voter Registration Tool – allows all eligible Vermonters to submit their voter registration application online anytime and anywhere they can access the internet; and
- New “My Voter Page” – online resource that allows every registered voter to login and have access to a unique, voter-specific web page where they can request an absentee ballot, track its status, update their voter registration record, find their polling place, view a sample ballot, and much more.
Secretary Condos states, “I am very excited to announce the roll-out of Vermont’s first online voter registration system. One of my primary goals as Vermont’s chief election officer is to increase voter participation. I am confident that our new online voter registration system and the ‘My Voter Page’ tool will increase engagement with the electoral process across the state and make it easier than ever for all eligible Vermonters to participate in our elections.”