Democracy is alive and well in Vermont, demonstrated by the gamut of activity on municipal election ballots in cities and towns across the state. Read up on exciting issues and measures on the ballot.
- Citizens United Resolutions
- Local Energy Measures
- Health Care Discussions
- Voter Registration Information
- More Public Interest Fact Sheets
Citizens United resolutions appear on the ballots in 40 Vermont cities and towns. Click here to learn if your city or town has a Citizens United resolution on the ballot and to find more information on the measure.[wpdm_package id=2]
Many cities and towns are working to promote energy conservation and residential renewable energy projects by adopting Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) measures. See if your town is one of them.
While formal votes on health care don’t appear on the docket, Vermont’s path to universal, affordable health care is at risk. You can help us counter opponents looking to confuse and scare us by reporting back the myths they’re spreading in your community and getting your neighbors the real facts. Find out how to help get the facts about health care reform out in your community.
Thanks to a recent change in Vermont’s Constitution, Vermonters who turn 18 before Election Day can vote in primaries while they’re still 17. The registration deadline for the upcoming primary is Wednesday, February 29th.
Are there other public interest issues you’d like to promote in your town? Here are a number of recent fact sheets available to spread the word on some of VPIRG’s current campaigns.
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