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.
Vermont’s mail-in ballot system is not secure
To be clear: there are now ZERO security measures in place that would allow an election official to independently verify that a vote-by-mail ballot was filled out by the person to whom the votes are being attributed.
‘Democracy vouchers’ put free campaign cash in voters’ hands
Every February of municipal election years, Seattle voters receive four $25 “democracy vouchers” — blue slips of paper totaling $100 on which voters can write in candidates and direct public funds to those campaigns.
Leadership change at Ethan Allen Institute
A new president has been elected to lead the Ethan Allen Institute – over the strong objections of the incumbent.
Windham County GOP wants statewide election integrity committee
Many Republicans care about threats to election integrity, says a county chair calling for a statewide election integrity committee.
“No significant abnormalities or discrepancies” found in Secretary of State audit of November election
The audit consisted of running ballots from seven towns through tabulators different from the Election Day machines.
How did YOUR town vote on anti-slavery amendment?
The Town of Norwich voted 26-1 in favor of Proposal 2.
Every Vermont town and city voted for ‘reproductive liberty’ Article 22
Norwich, a wealthy Windsor County bedroom town for Dartmouth College and the nearby hospital, voted about 12-1 in favor.
Bennington House challenger wants hand recount
Two Republicans and a Democrat want recounts for House elections in which they narrowly trail the next top vote-getter.
In Berlin, Dominion voting machine results audited by hand
Editor’s first person account of his town’s hand-count audit of a statewide race counted by a Dominion vote tabulator.