The ACLU of Vermont is rallying behind progressive prosecutors promoting “criminal law reform and demands for police accountability.”
Vermont more lenient about drop box video, ballot harvesting than states in ‘2000 Mules’
Vermont is more lenient about ballot harvesting and drop box depositing and requires less video surveillance than some states seen in 2000 Mules.
Could ‘2000 Mules’-style ballot fraud happen in Vermont? Ballot harvesting, drop boxes legal here
Drop boxes, universal mailed ballots, and ballot harvesting – all crucial to the electoral fraud in six battleground states in the 2020 presidential election – are permitted under Vermont’s pandemic election law passed by the Legislature in 2020.
‘2000 Mules’ documentary to be shown in Williston this Saturday
Drawing on research provided by the election integrity group True the Vote, “2000 Mules” offers two types of evidence: geotracking and video.
Not-yet-final list of primary candidates shows challenger for Scott
Just one Republican has declared for one of the newly redistricted Chittenden County Senate seats: Rep. Leland Morgan, a Milton/Grand Isle representative seeking the newly created Chittenden North seat.
Another State House incumbent not running; petition deadline today
Another incumbent has joined the ranks of lawmakers not seeking re-election.
We asked legislators about the high turnover. Here’s what they said
Covid, too many Zoom hearings, the desire to retire, looming fiscal challenges, and just feeling like ‘it’s time’ are among the reasons why lawmakers are leaving in record numbers this year.
Who’s running for re-election, and who’s not?
42 Vermont legislators, including 9 House committee chairs, won’t be seeking re-election to their current seats.
Thursday, May 26 filing deadline for August primaries
May 26 is the petition filing deadline for petitions to run in the August 9 primary for the Legislature and statewide and county offices.
Vermont allows inmates to vote – but they don’t
“It was kind of a pain the way they do it. They just had our case worker give us an absentee ballot and we had to fill it out and mail it,” an inmate said.