Statewide, about 59,000 Republican ballots, approximately 109,000 Democratic ballots, and 942 Progressive ballots were cast.
Get results from House and Senate races across the state.
Polling places were open across the state Tuesday, using a variety of tools to follow state health guidelines.
Despite the popularity of mail-in voting, thousands of Vermonters are heading to polling places that have been modified to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Rep. Cynthia Browning’s opponents are calling her uncooperative and ineffective leading up to a competitive race for her Bennington-4 district seat.
Unlike elsewhere, you get the feeling that our public officials actually want us Vermonters to vote.
Democratic strategists are implementing a pandemic absentee ballot chase program ahead of the primary, as it is expected that voter data will reign supreme in the general election.
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Tens of thousands of Vermonters have already cast their ballots for the Aug. 11 primary. Here’s what VTDigger’s politics team will be watching when the results come in.
Watch governor and lieutenant governor candidates respond to questions about VTDigger readers’ top issues.
VTDigger pressed candidates on their positions and policy proposals around gun reform, climate change, minimum wage, systemic racism and property taxes.
The Vermont Conversation with David Goodman is now a VTDigger podcast. This week, the Democratic candidates for governor discuss what distinguishes them, and their visions for Vermont.
Holcombe left the Scott administration in 2018, over disagreements on education policy. Now she’s trying to unseat the governor who she used to work for.
After Senate leader Tim Ashe criticized Molly Gray for funding her lieutenant governor’s bid with money from the ‘political and donor elite,’ the Gray campaign said Ashe is taking money from out-of-state Republican donors.