The 100th anniversary of women's suffrage will be discussed on Across The Fence February 8.Read more
Will the Vermont Legislature approve universal mailed ballots for Town Meeting? Or just make it easier for towns to use Australian ballots and voluntary mailed-in ballots?
Bernie is outraged that Trump and his supporters are protesting the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election.Read more
The ink was not yet dry on President Trump’s certificate of election in 2016 when The Resistance kicked into high gear, attacking the integrity of our electoral system.Read more
As courts across the country grapple with allegations of electoral fraud, there are irregularities during ballot processing right here in our small hometown in Vermont. It may be a nothing burger to the throngs of Bernie worshippers I’m surrounded by, but further evidence nonetheless that election “fraud” is a very real problem. So how much is too much? That’s the question we should all ask ourselves.Read more
The think-tankers at the Ethan Allen Institute want your opinion about making mail-in voting permanent. They’re not the only ones pondering it - so are Secretary of State Jim Condos, likely Senate Pro Tem Becca Balint, and Gov. Phil Scott.Read more
The Secretary of State likes the mail-in voting. So does the likely Senate Pro Tem. The governor wants it for Town Meeting and maybe afterwards. Looks like Vermonters may have to get used to voting by mail.Read more
Thanks to a highly contested national election and mailed ballots, voting was up 13.9%. But can you still call it "turnout?"Read more
The pandemic will be with us through March, so it makes sense to Gov. Phi Scott to hold mail-in voting for Town Meeting as well. That idea didn’t sit too well with the Legislature - maybe they are worried about leaving the fate of the school budget in the hands of 100% of the voters?
The former Democratic primary candidate added that the commander-in-chief was trying to undermine "the legitimacy of an election" as he sought to halt the counting of ballots in several battlegrounds by pursuing lawsuits in state courts.Read more