PRESS RELEASE Secretary of State Jim Condos Reminds Vermonters of Early Voting for Town Meeting Day Montpelier, VT – Secretary of State Jim Condos would like to remind all eligible, Vermont voters that early voting is now open for Town Meeting Day. Early voting only applies to those towns that vote by Australian ballot. “Town […]
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Vermont Public Radio will provide continuing coverage of Vermont’s Town Meeting Day on Tuesday, March 4, on the air as well as online.
Financial audits are often filled with impenetrable auditor jargon and sometime boring beyond belief, but having accurate financial statements is critical.
The independent, non-partisan advocacy organization Campaign for Vermont is launching a public outreach effort encouraging more Vermonters to participate in Town Meeting Day meetings and elections.
On Town Meeting Day, at least 23 Vermont towns will ask their residents to vote on a petition to keep oil from Canadian tar sands out of the Green Mountain State.
For immediate release Mar. 8, 2012 Contact Robb Kidd Phone: (802) 223-7222 Email: [email protected] With the broad support of thousand of friends and neighbors, Rural Vermont successfully petitioned and passed local food sovereignty resolutions on Town Meeting Day in Benson, Calais, Charlotte, Chester, Groton,Montpelier, Peacham, and West Windsor. These communities demonstrated the broad based support […]
For immediate release Mar. 8, 2012 Contact Robb Kidd Phone: (802) 223-7222 Email: [email protected] With the broad support of thousand of friends and neighbors, Rural Vermont successfully petitioned and passed local food sovereignty resolutions on Town Meeting Day in Benson, Calais, Charlotte, Chester, Groton, Montpelier, Peacham, and West Windsor. These communities demonstrated the broad based […]
Vermont towns reject smart meters: Bennington, Dorset, Manchester, and Sandgate vote against rollout in landslide
For immediate release Mar. 6, 2012 Contact Jesse Mayhew, Campaign Manager Phone: 802-779-0500 Email: [email protected] During Town Meeting Day, March 6, 2012 four Vermont towns expressed their concerns about the pending rollout by voting against smart meter implementation in their respective communities. The towns of Bennington, Manchester, Dorset, and Sandgate all overwhelmingly chose to reject […]
Common Cause of Vermont hails common sense of Town Meeting voters on approving corporate personhood resolution
For immediate release Mar. 7, 2012 Contact Wally Roberts Phone: 802-262-6105 Email: [email protected] Voters at least 57 town meetings this year showed great common sense in approving resolutions urging Congress to pass a Constitutional amendment to reverse a U.S. Supreme Court ruling of two years ago that permits corporations to make unlimited independent expenditures in […]
For immediate release Mar. 6, 2012 Contact Jim Condos Vermont Secretary of State Phone: 802-828-2363 or 802-828-2148 Kathy Scheele Vermont Director of Elections Phone: 802-828-2304 or 802-828-2464 Montpelier, VT – Today is Town Meeting and Presidential Primary Day; and Vermont State Offices are closed. However, Secretary of State Jim Condos is pleased to inform all […]
Young’s survey builds on the tradition of citizen involvement begun by Sen. Doyle but offers some alternative questions.
The survey asks whether the Vermont Legislature and Governor Shumlin are doing a good job.