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VPIRG Votes helps drive historic voter turnout

Conventional wisdom suggested that 2018 would be another year of very low voter participation in Vermont. After all, we didn’t have hot races for the US Senate or House, and in the last non-presidential election year – 2014 – Vermont experienced its worst voter turnout in more than 50 years. Boy did conventional wisdom get …

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Early Voting Surges in Vermont

Town Clerks all around Vermont have been excited to report that there has been a surge of early voting in the state, with over 17,000 Vermonters already having voted. With the upcoming Midterm elections on November 6th, Vermonters are submitting their ballots in a variety of ways — including voting by mail and early voting …

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VPIRG’s Fall Canvass Gets Out the Vote

For the past few weekends, canvassers have been traveling all around Vermont engaging in conversations with Vermonters about the importance of voting. With election season here, VPIRG knows that it’s more important than ever to get folks thinking about how and when they’re going to vote. This is why VPIRG’s canvassers aren’t only having conversations …

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VPIRG introduces its Vermont Voter Toolkit!

With election season right around the corner, we realize that all the information about voting along with all the promotion and campaigning done by candidates can be overwhelming, especially when trying to stay active and informed in your community. To help Vermonters see through the commotion that comes before Election Day on November 6th, VPIRG …

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So you’re not sure? Let us help you make a voting plan!

Now’s the time to start making a plan for how you’ll be voting. It’s pretty simple — we’re all far more likely to actually vote if we have a concrete plan in place. Here’s an overview of the three ways you can vote in Vermont and home helpful tips for crafting your personal, specific voting …

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Great, you’re voting early by mail – make a plan!

It’s pretty simple — we’re all far more likely to actually vote if we have a concrete plan in place. You’re planning to vote early by-mail, it’s time to start moving forward. Click here to check out our detailed Vote By-Mail Guide and consider the following: You must request your ballot. You can do so …

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Great, you’re voting early at the town clerk – make a plan!

It’s pretty simple — we’re all far more likely to actually vote if we have a concrete plan in place. You’re planning to vote early in-person at the town clerk — it’s time to start thinking about the following: When will you vote? Early voting has already begun, which means you can cast your vote anytime …

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Great, you’re voting in-person on Election Day – make a plan!

It’s pretty simple — we’re all far more likely to actually vote if we have a concrete plan in place. You’re planning to vote in-person at the polls on Election Day — Tuesday, November 6th, 2018 — it’s time to start thinking about the following: What time of day will you vote?  Take a moment and actually visualize …

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