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Press Release: Multi-lingual Voter Brochures Available

9.28. Brattleboro Reform. Multi-Lingual Voter Brochures Available

The Berkshire Eagle. Multi-Lingual Voter Brochures Available.

Press Release: League of Women Voters Applauds Decision to Deny Suit Against Mailing Ballots


10.1 Williston Observer. Letters to the Editor. Page 7. Applauding vote by mail decision.

9.30. The World. League of Women Voters Applauds Decision to Deny Suit Against Mailing Ballots

9.24 The Deerfield Valley News. Letters to the Editor. League of Women Voters glad to see court ruling for mail ballots

Press Release: Protect The Postal Service

9.11 Caledonian Record. Protect The Postal Service.  

9.10 Times Argus. Protect The Postal Service 

9.10 Bennington Banner. Letter. League of Women Voters. Protect The Postal Service.

Brattleboro Reformer. Letter. Protect The Postal Service.

Progressive Party. Tell your representatives to protect the Postal Service

News Break. Tell your representatives to protect the Postal Service

9.3 VT Digger. Commentary. Tell your representatives to protect the Postal Service.

8.24. Burlington Free Press. What does an election look like inside a prison?

2020 Census

9.9 The Commons. Time running short to respond to Census. Section C1, Page 9.

9.7. Brattleboro Reformer. Letter:  Respond to the Census before it’s too late. 

5.27. The Commons. Accurate census count is essential

5.06. Seven Days. Letter to the Editor. Be Counted

4.30. The Berkshire Eagle. Letter: Time to get counted4.29. Mountain Times. Fill out the Census form, the state relies on your response for funding4.28. Times Argus. Census Importance.  4.27. Bennington Banner. Letter: Time to get Counted

4.27. Brattleboro Reform. Letter: Time to get Counted. 

4.26. Caledonian Record. Be Counted.


8.26.2020.Senator Bernie Sanders Voting Rights Videofeaturing LWVVT president & VSCA director Sue Racanelli, LWVVT Board member & VSCA Chair of History and Research Lyn Blackwell, Ericka Reil of Vermont Center for Independent Living, and Shirley Jefferson, Vermont Law School’s Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity and Associate Professor of Law.  

8.11.2020. CCTV.Your Voting Rights - Burlington Ward Clerk And League Women Voters. Sue Alenick, Burlington Ward Clerk, is joined by Sonja Schuyler, League of Women Voters, to share what you need to know to vote this Town Meeting Day and each election cycle. 

2.2020. ORCA Media. Criminal Justice in Vermont Speaker Series. Racial Bias in Criminal Justice . Jessica Brown, Capt. Garry Scott, Stephanie Seguino

1.22.2020. ORCA Media. Criminal Justice in Vermont Speaker Series. Implicit Bias. . Kellogg-Hubbard Library Series. Bor Yang, Executive Director, Vermont Human Rights Commission.

Vermont Public Radio Vermont Edition (podcast)

Marking 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage, A Look At Vermont Women’s Struggle For Voting Rights,): with Guests: LWVVT president & VSCA director Sue Racanelli and members Rachel Onuf (Vermont Historical Records Program) and Tabitha Moore (Rutland Area NAACP) 

Press Release: Aug 14. Times Argus. Strong Turnout

Press Release. LWVVT Calls For Expanding Absentee and Mail-in Voting

May 25. Chester Telegraph. To The Editor. Vermont LWV urges state to adopt mail-in voting

May 25. Caledonian Record. Mail-in Voting

April 30. Vermont Conservation Voters. Groups calls for vote-by-mail for 2020 elections in Vermont

Press Release: League of Women Voters is 100 years strong.

March 12. Stowe Reporter. 100 Years of Empowering Voters.

February 20. Williston Observer. League of Women Voters 100 Years Strong.

February 13. VT Digger. Commentary. League of Women Voters is 100 years strong. 

February 13. Montpelier Bridge. League of Women Voters Celebrates 100th Anniversary. 

February 13. The Herald. Guest Column. 

February 13. Caledonian Record. 100 Years Strong.


February 14. VT Digger Final Reading. VTDigger’s inside guide to the Statehouse. Ethics Commission

2019.9.24. Eagle Times. Inmate voter registration imitative in Vermont. 

2019.6.11.The Marshall Project. In Just Two States, All Prisoners Can Vote. Here’s Why Few Do.

2018 .10.10 Youtube.  Karen Bufka from the League of Women Voters in the NEK talks with Stacey Jewell, Town Clerk of Saint Johnsbury about the upcoming Candidates Forum, and Voting in this year’s 2018 election.League Of Women Voters: Ready, Set, Vote!

2018. Vermont Women. Get Out The Vote.