This year’s early voting tally is more than half of the total votes cast during the last midterm election in 2018. Voting is set to conclude when polls close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Vermonters are voting on federal, state and local races, plus two proposed constitutional amendments.
Competitive races include Vermont’s first open congressional seat in 16 years, three open statewide offices and a range of legislative contests.
New disclosures provide a timely glimpse at the financial picture for statewide and legislative candidates — as well as for the coalition of organizations working to secure passage of Vermont’s Reproductive Liberty Amendment.
Elise Cournoyer dominated 14 rounds of competition at the first state championship since 2019.
Masks are no longer broadly recommended, according to the state, and guidelines around isolation and quarantine have been minimized.
Flags and homemade banners waved in front of the federal building Tuesday as dozens gathered to protest the Russian invasion.
For some, the long-term effects of a coronavirus infection can be debilitating. While clinical understanding of the disease continues to evolve, many worry that Vermont's rural health system is ill-equipped to treat it.
Recent trends give reason for cautious optimism about Covid’s next phase. But transmission remains higher than it’s been for most of the pandemic, and future variants could still pose a threat.
With some test supplies now available from the federal government, Gov. Phil Scott’s administration is “keeping options open” for 150,000 tests not distributed in a state initiative earlier this month.