Secretary of State Jim Condos wants Vermonters to know that the universal vote-by-mail program is all about voter access and health care safety. He says “non-partisan studies have shown repeatedly that widespread voter fraud, including by-mail, just doesn’t happen.” Apparently he hasn’t seen the weekend’s headlines from New Jersey.
“Fair and free elections are the very foundation of our democracy. The right to vote is not only sacred, it is enshrined in our Vermont and U.S. Constitutions, guaranteed for every American citizen. Preserving our right to vote, while protecting the health of every Vermont voter, Town Clerk, and worker at the polls is my #1 priority. Keep in mind that many voters, and many of our volunteer poll-workers, are in a vulnerable, higher risk demographic. To ensure that in-person voting at the polling places can be conducted safely for those working the polls, and those who need to vote in person, we all need to do what we can to reduce high volume in-person traffic at the polls on Election Day.”
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