News: FOUR Liberty Candidates win their primaries!
A Liberty Candidate Grows Roots for All of Us!
Thank you all for running! If you didn’t win this time, we’ll look for you next time. Liberty Candidates make all the difference to the Liberty Movement and now you know the ropes. Never give up — the rest of us clearly need to work harder on our end!
Keep us posted on what’s next for you. How can the liberty movement capitalize on what you’ve started in your state, your county, your town? Thank you again for stepping up to the plate.
Blessings on us all.
Gigi and Sally
36 Independents on the Ballot
The tallies are in from the VT Secretary of State’s office:
- Vermont Senate: 10 Independents
- Vermont House: 18 Independents
- Vermont Governor: 2 Independents
- Federal Congress: 6 Independents
Bookmark this page, Vermont30.net for news on the 2012 election, and to find what you can do to support real candidates that represent the people. Who’s a Citizen Legislator, who are the professional politicians that represent corporations, power grabs and big money.
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Please Register to Vote
More Information from the Sec’y of State‘s office follows. More voter information on the official site.
- Information for young voters
- Eligibility, voter application, deadlines, and FAQs
- Conduct a voter registration drive
- Military & overseas absentee voter registration
- Information for college voters
- Locate your polling place
- Voting by early or absentee ballot
- Military and overseas voting
- Voter’s Guide for People with Disabilities
- Vermont Election Laws
- Voter Rights
The government is, or ought to be, instituted for the common benefit, protection and security of the people, nation, or community, and not for the particular emolument or advantage of any single person, family, or set of persons… that the community hath an indubitable, unalienable and indefeasible right, to reform or alter government, in such manner as shall be, by that community, judge most conducive to the public weal.
-Vermont Constitution, Article 7