After months of debates, rallies, political ads and phone calls, Election Day is finally here. In Vermont, voters head to schools, fire stations and town clerks offices to make their picks for governor, lieutenant governor, and other down ballot races from state senators to high bailiff and every thing in between.
Each community sets their opening time for polling stations, but all have to be opened by ten. Huntington was one of the first towns to open, and VPR’s Mitch Wertlieb spoke with town clerk Heidi Racht to see how it’s going so far.
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