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Vermont Statutes Title 17. Elections, § 2149. Conclusiveness of list

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(a) A person shall not vote at an election unless his or her name is on the checklist applicable to the municipality, but the checklist may be amended and corrected for such election as provided in this title.  The eligibility of a person to vote shall not be challenged on the day of election if the person's name is on the checklist, except as provided in section 2564 of this title.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (a) of this section:

(1) If the voter registration records indicate that a voter has moved from an address in the area covered by the polling place, the voter shall be permitted to vote at that polling place if the voter makes an oral or written affirmation that he or she continues to reside in the area covered by that polling place.  The affirmation authorized by this subdivision shall be made at the polling place before an election official.

(2) If a voter who failed to return notice sent pursuant to section 2150 of this title has moved from an address in the area covered by one polling place to an address in an area covered by a different polling place within the same municipality, the voter shall upon oral or written confirmation, be permitted to correct the voting records and vote in the current election at the appropriate polling place.  The affirmation authorized by this subdivision shall be made at the appropriate polling place before an election official.

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