VTDigger's 2022 Election Guide
Vermont's general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8!
2022 is already set to be a historic election year in Vermont. Two of the state's three members of Congress, four of its six executive officers and roughly a third of all members in both legislative chambers are leaving their posts this year. Meanwhile, legislative district lines in many regions, including Chittenden County, have been redrawn for the first time in a decade.
Use our guide to learn how to vote and who's running in your district. For each candidate, find biographical information and responses to a VTDigger survey on issues directly affecting voters. We've compiled the latest available campaign finance data so you can follow the money for each campaign. You'll also find videos and recaps from our 2022 Digger Debate Series alongside all of our ongoing political coverage.
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Vermont’s state Constitution is more difficult than most to amend, requiring majority support from two consecutive cohorts of state legislators, then approval by the voting population. That’s why it’s “more meaningful” when amendments like this year’s pass, Gov. Phil Scott said Tuesday.