How to vote
With every eligible voter in the state having been mailed a ballot and turnout already at 70 percent of 2016's total vote, voters are wondering how long all of those ballots may take to count.
Here's a quick roundup of what you need to know before Election Day Nov. 3. If you haven't already voted, be sure to read about the candidates who responded to the Sun's request for an interview.
MONTPELIER — With less than a week until Election Day, voters are wondering what to expect at the polls on Tuesday.
ST. ALBANS — Gubernatorial candidate David Zuckerman, a Democrat, laid out his vision for Vermont’s future in an interview with the Sun on Friday.
In the General Election on Nov. 3, Colchester residents are running to represent the town in the Vermont House of Representatives.
ST. ALBANS — All registered Vermont voters received a ballot earlier this month, and Secretary of State Jim Condos is encouraging Vermonters to have a plan for returning their ballots.
Publishing Letters to the Editor is a long-time tradition at the Colchester Sun. They are published often at colchestersun.com/opinion.
Now that more than 100,000 Vermonters have returned their ballots, they are asking "how do I know if it's been received?"
A life-long Vermonter, UVM alum and U.S. Army veteran, Democrat Seth Chase is looking to be re-elected to the Vermont House of Representatives.
Over 110,000 registered Vermont voters have already returned their ballots for the general election on Nov. 3. If you've put your ballot in the mail or placed it in your town's secure drop box, you may be wondering: what happens to it now and what can I do to make sure it's counted?
Democrat Curt Taylor has held many jobs in his lifetime — from school teacher to news reporter to computer programmer — but in retirement, he's devoted himself to public service in Colchester.
ST. ALBANS — Incumbent Treasurer Beth Pearce is running on her record since her appointment to the position in 2011.
ST. ALBANS — Republican Scott Milne is running for lieutenant governor because he believes he’s the right person to help Vermont’s small businesses bounce back from COVID-19.
ST. ALBANS — Democrat Molly Gray is running for lieutenant governor because she wants to bring a new generation to Vermont.
Born and raised in northern England, Republican Jon Lynch is now a naturalized U.S. citizen and a Colchester resident of 18 years.
Ballots have started arriving in voters’ mailboxes throughout the state, but that doesn’t mean Vermonters need to rush their vote and return the ballots right away.
Many Colchester residents might know Patrick Brennan from his days on the field, coaching baseball and softball in the summer heat.
GEORGIA — Former Franklin County Senator Carolyn Branagan wants Vermonters to understand the seriousness and potential impact of the long-term underfunding of the state's retirement system. It's the primary reason she chose to run for state treasurer.
Are you registered to vote? Here’s how to check your voter registration status and make sure your information is correct before the General Election Nov. 3.