This year, if you would like to run for office, you do not need to submit a petition. All that is required is to fill out a “Consent of Candidate” for the office you would like to run for and submit it to the Town Clerk’s Office by Monday, January 25th at 5 p.m.
This election season, especially on the national level, has been full of chaos, dysfunction and uncertainty. Not here in Charlotte.
The Community News Service gathered voter vignettes from across the state on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Here’s what they came across in Charlotte.
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office was in charge of mailing out absentee ballots to every active registered voter in the Town of Charlotte. They started the mailing on Sept. 25 and finished up by Oct. 1.
All registered Vermont voters will automatically receive a ballot for the Nov. 3 general election in the mail, sent to the mailing address on file with their voter registration or pending ballot request.
Our United States Constitution guarantees American citizens many rights, most notably those contained in the first 10 amendments, the Bill of Rights. The right of every eligible citizen to vote is fundamental to our democracy and ensures that our other rights are protected by holding government accountable.
Rep. Mike Yantachka Last May the 2019 legislative session ended with a sense of frustration that we couldn’t get…
Town Meeting 2019 will be on Tuesday, March 5, at the Charlotte Central School Multi-Purpose Room.
In this year’s town elections, Nancy Richardson is running for a two-year seat on the Selectboard against incumbent Frank Tenney. Louise McCarren, Ed Stone and Jim Faulkner are running for the three-year seat vacated by Lane Morrison. In no particular order here is an introduction to the candidates.
The chairman of the Charlotte Selectboard, Lane Morrison, will end his two terms of service in March with his decision not to seek re-election.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who gave me a vote in the recent primary election. I do not take your support for granted, and I appreciate the confidence you place in me to do a good job representing you in Montpelier.
Town Meeting Floor Votes: Article 2 passed by a voice vote. Article 3 passed by a voice vote. Article…