Examining Vermont’s situation, looking at the voter rolls and election operations.
How elections are centrally managed to deliver victory to the pre-selected candidates.
In Vermont, the voter rolls are growing significantly faster than the underlying population growth of voting age adults, with significant growth before elections and purges immediately after.
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A bill approved by both the Vermont House and the Senate would allow registered voters living outside the United States to cast absentee ballots via email to a secure portal established by the Vermont Secretary of State.
Burlington got the go-ahead from the Vermont House on a pair of progressive-minded electoral charter changes. The bills now go to the Senate.
A new Vermont GOP subcommittee will study the effect of universal mail-in ballots, drop boxes, and other innovations on election integrity.
The House will vote this week on allowing 16-year-olds to vote in local Brattleboro elections.
If the provision passes, legal non-citizens would be able to vote in municipal elections.
When the Vermont Supreme Court ruled in January against the National/Vermont Republican Party non-citizen voting suit, it left a door open. Now the state and national parties are walking through it with a second lawsuit in hand.