Clerk/Treasurer’s Office

March 5th, 2024: Annual City Election and Presidential Primary Election

Translations of this information is available in the following languages:

Arabic | العربية  -  Burmese | မြန်မာစာ   - French | Français - Nepali | नेपाली - Somali | Soomaali Swahili | Kiswahili

PLEASE NOTE: There will be two separate ballots in March.

  • The Annual City Election ballot will be mailed to all active registered voters.
  • The Presidential Primary ballot will be mailed to voters by request only.

Public Safety Tax Rate Increase

View answers to the frequently asked questions regarding the proposed public safety tax increase

Early Voting

We make it easy to vote - cast your ballot early if you are unable to make it to the polls on election day

In-Person Voting

  • Polling places will be open from 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. on Election Day
  • Bring the ballot that was mailed to you with you. If you did not receive a ballot or do not bring it with you, you will still be able to vote. However, you will be asked to sign an affidavit first.
  • Voters who are unable to get to their polling place, due to illness or disability, may contact the Clerk's office to request curbside voting at their polling place, electronic ballot delivery, or home ballot delivery by Justices of the Peace. 

Important Dates

February 14th – Ballots for Annual City Election mailed to all registered voters

March 4th, 1pm – Deadline to register to vote online or in the Clerk Treasurer’s Office before Election Day; Election Day registration is available at your polling place on March 5th.

March 4th, 4:30 p.m. – Deadline to drop off your voted ballot in a drop box

March 5th – Election Day! Polls open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Language Access

  • العربية (Arabic) , မြန်မာစာ (Burmese), Français (French), नेपाली (Nepali), Soomaali (Somali), and Kiswahili (Swahili) translations of election information are available at
  • If you need an interpreter on Election Day, or for early voting, please ask a staff member at the Clerk’s office or an election official at your polling place. You have the right to a FREE interpreter. The City of Burlington's Community & Economic Development Office (CEDO) provides interpreter services for over 240 languages.

United States Citizens may register to vote online at and can request absentee ballots and check or update their voter information at 

Legal Residents, who are not United States citizens, can find information about how to register to vote, update their voter registration information, and request absentee ballots on the Voter Registration page.

Voter Information

Additional Information

Election Results - Results from past elections

Election Calendar - Important dates for the upcoming Election

Candidate Forms - Candidate Major Party Endorsement, Consent, and Petition; and Lists: Street Address Ranges for City Wards, City Districts, State Districts

Redistricting Summary - Executive Summary of the major changes to the City Charter regarding the City's Wards, City Council, School Board, Ward Officers, and transitional provisions

Board of Registration of Voters - Meetings, Agendas and Minutes

Ward Clerks and Inspectors of Election - Ward Clerks and Inspectors of Election

Election Workers - Information for individuals interested in working at the polls

Elections Procedures Manual - Best Practices and Laws Related to Elections Processes