Apparently Vermonters don’t need to be told that there is an alternative to voting in person at the polls.
"According to the Secretary of State's Office, 113,735 residents requested absentee ballots by Monday afternoon. That exceeds the 107,637 who voted by any means in the 2018 primary and is nearing the 120,132 who voted in the 2016 primary. It's also more than 22 times the number of people who requested an absentee ballot at an equivalent period before the 2018 primary. That year, just 5,051 residents had done so within 22 days of the election."
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