On Tuesday, March 7, voters in Burlington, Vermont, the state’s largest city, approved an amendment to their city charter that would allow some noncitizens to vote in local elections.
On Friday, Jan. 20, the Vermont Supreme Court upheld a statute authorizing noncitizens who are legal U.S. residents in Montpelier, Vermont to vote in local elections.
Gov. Phil Scott (R) signed a bill into law on Monday that establishes universal mail-in voting for all future general elections in Vermont.
A bill that would guarantee universal mail-in voting is progressing through the Vermont Legislature.
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