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We brazenly lifted this image from Sen. Sanders’ website and trust he doesn’t mind as long as it encourages Vermonters to VOTE!

Brattleboro residents:  Tuesday’s voting will be 9a.m.-7p.m. at the Brattleboro Union High School gymnasium on Fairground Road.  The Elections page on the Town’s website gives details, including sample ballots so you can plan your choices ahead of time.

For help with decision-making, try the VTDigger site, a project of the Vermont Journalism Trust.  They have a handy “Compare the Candidates” feature on their front page.  Thanks, Jess Weitz, for pointing out this useful site.


Happy March, Vermonters!   Most of you will be gathering for Town Meeting on Tuesday the 2nd.  We oddballs in Brattleboro will have Representative Town Meeting on Saturday the 20th, but we’re voting on the 2nd at the high school (9 AM -7 PM).

The Vermont Secretary of State’s website has a nice resource page on Town Meeting, including sample petitions, FAQs, guides for town officials, links for kids, a list of 2010 polling locations, and other useful stuff.

Brattleboro citizens will want to check out the excellent 2010 Town Meeting Headquarters at for important dates, voting information, and profiles of Selectboard candidates.  There are even videos on how to register to vote and how to vote in Brattleboro. – JMW

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