As the general election nears on Nov. 3, voters are sharing more stories about receiving ballots they shouldn’t have received — or not receiving ballots they were expecting.
Will results be available election night? Is my voter registration data secure? Where can I learn more about the candidates? And what’s going on with high bailiff? These questions and more answered.
College students gave Democrat Hillary Clinton an edge over Republican Donald Trump in New Hampshire during the 2016 presidential election. But as this battleground state gears up for the Nov. 3 election, the state Republican Party says some of those younger voters should not be part of the equation.
Questions about how having lived in Switzerland may affect her constitutional eligibility to serve as lieutenant governor continue to dog Democratic nominee Molly Gray.
On Sept. 28, software engineer Jon Lynch of Colchester expressed concern to state officials that the voter portal on the Vermont Secretary of State website was vulnerable to cyber-theft.
A former business partner of Hunter Biden’s has provided a trove of business records to Senate investigators about their deals with a Chinese energy company, including one document that touts “political and strategic value of the Biden family” to a $10 million investment project.
Newly surfaced court documents and emails shed fresh light on the mysterious relationship between Russian billionaire Elena Baturina and a consortium of business partners that included Hunter Biden.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden promised Thursday that if elected he would both “transition from the oil industry” and not ban fracking. He also said he would grant a pathway to citizenship for the millions of illegal immigrants living in the United States.
An Essex Junction advocate of gun rights, pro-police rally organizer, and opponent to abortion announced Oct. 13 he is a write-in candidate for governor.
The following candidates for the Vermont House of Representatives have received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association.
Whether you wanted one or not, mail-in ballots were sent to every Vermonter on the state’s active voter checklist. Thanks to a tool on the secretary of state’s website, there’s a way to see if your ballot was voted and received at your local town clerk’s office.