As the voting deadline approaches, VTDigger has broken down where the two major party candidates for governor and lieutenant governor stand on some of the most important issues in the state.
Vermont’s Secretary of State wants the Supreme Court to correct Justice Kavanaugh’s opinion that said Vermont made no changes in election procedures this year.
Advocates discuss the future of reproductive rights, the implications for civil liberties and immigrant rights and how the new Supreme Court majority could affect Vermont.
The directive will require election observers who want to challenge a person’s right to vote to register with town clerks four days before the election.
Our recent coverage includes a rundown of key legislative races, a look at mail-in ballot processing, new restrictions on poll watching and more.
Legislative races throughout the state will offer new insight into how politics is changing at a local level, through seat counts and the people Vermonters are choosing to represent them.
While the postcards are being investigated by Capitol Police, lawmakers say they are often the target of vitriolic emails and phone calls and even have been accosted when taking their trash to the dump.
Sens. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., voteD against President Trump’s pick to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy left by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Target date for mailing ballots was Oct. 24; people who didn’t mail them can still hand-deliver them or vote the time-honored way at the polls Nov. 3.
The approach of Election Day 2020 allows us to take stock of this discrete period — a four-year interval that will stand out either as a hideous anomaly in American history or as prelude to a disaster of deepening global consequences.
The pandemic is creating unusual circumstances for this year’s general election — but local officials on the frontlines say the proper safeguards are in place.
The two Democratic organizations missed all three deadlines for reporting campaign expenses related to the Burlington City Council.
U.S. Attorney Christina Nolan wouldn’t directly address the president’s allegations but says her office will have two prosecutors on duty on Election Day to take complaints.
The final presidential debate between former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump may have had fewer interruptions, but it wasn’t any more truthful than the first one.