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 in the pandemic election law passed by the Legislature in 2020.
Rep. Ann Pugh latest House chairwoman not seeking re-election
Ann Pugh, the longtime Vermont House committee chair responsible for abortion and end-of-life legislation is the latest to announce she’s not running for re-election.
Attorney General T.J. Donovan won’t seek re-election
The Vermont Attorney General won’t seek re-election.
No Zuckerbucks for VT local elections in 2022
112 Vermont communities received Zuckerbucks for local elections in 2020.
Morgan of Milton to run for new Senate seat
A West Milton House member is running for the newly-created Senate seat, “Chittenden North.”
Messy Middlebury voter rolls suggest larger problem, EAI says
After returning home to places like Singapore and Egypt, former Middlebury College students voted in the 2020 general election.
GOP statewide primary candidates meet Rutland faithful
Four GOP candidates took to the stage at the Pasta and Politics dinner to discuss their platforms.
Republican Senate primary looms as West Pointer, career Army officer declares
Today, Gerald Malloy of Perkinsville officially announced his candidacy as a Republican for the open U.S. Senate seat.
Dame: Conservatives are running for local office
Democrats has been recruiting candidates to fill their bench with these usually sleepy, and often uncontested races for select board, school board, and other local offices.
Condos starts ‘myth vs. fact’ website page to ‘inoculate’ voters
Trying to staunch “misinformation”, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office has launched a webpage dedicated to election facts vs. myths.