In addition to the costs that normally come with holding an election, states now are struggling to deal with the expected flood of absentee ballots and how to provide funding for necessary protective equipment like masks, face shields and hand sanitizer.
Two Republican challengers have their sights set on two Democrat incumbents for the Lamoille-Washington House district, and outsider candidates this year appear to offer a clear contrast with the status quo in Montpelier.
Republican House candidates running for the Orange-1 House district have offered their views on the coronavirus lockdown, defunding the police, the Global Warming Solutions Act and mail-in elections ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
Judging by their public statements and actions, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Peter Welch seem either unaware or unopposed to the organized, violent rioting being waged nightly in Portland by Antifa and other leftists.
The card wasn’t forwarded by the U.S. Post Office — it was mailed directly from Vermont to Tennessee, former WVNY-22 news anchor Gary Wheelock reported on Facebook last week.
Gubernatorial candidate John Klar is alleging that Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan and staff engaged in “taxpayer supported collusion” with Planned Parenthood, including holding non-public strategy meetings.
Election officials in three battleground states wouldn’t say when the U.S. can expect the results from November’s presidential race, and an official in a fourth state said the timing is uncertain.
Five Republican candidates for lieutenant governor went head-to-head in a Zoom online debate Thursday evening. The event was hosted by the Lamoille County Republican Committee.
The 2020 general election campaigns are now under way, and it’s time for citizens to smoke out where candidates stand on issues that they will face in 2021, if not sooner.
Yes, that’s apparently a serious question. I spotted a petition yesterday on Change.org innocuously entitled “Change WRJ to River Junction.” Before reading the petition itself, one can deduce that “WRJ” stands for “White River Junction,” a town in central Vermont.
Eighty-one percent of black Americans said they would prefer if police spend the same amount of time or more time in their neighborhoods, according to a Gallup survey released Wednesday.