Have you ever walked into the voting booth and realized (too late) that you didn't prepare to vote in *all* the key races? Have you ever spent 2 years listening to the campaign for president but then not realize until election day that you don't know anything about... auditor?
Don't worry, no judgments, we've got you covered. Check out our Time To Vote series for a crash course on the offices and candidates appearing on your Vermont ballot on election day 2016.
The auditor of accounts is tasked with reviewing state programs to find waste and inefficiency and to hold government agencies accountable.
It's Time To Vote for Vermont's auditor. What? You're not sure who to vote for for auditor? That's OK. Listen to VPR producers Liam Elder-Connors and Annie Russell, review our Time To Vote page and then cast your ballot with (some additional) confidence.
With incumbent Bill Sorrell retiring, Vermont is getting its first new attorney general since 1997. Voters will decide who oversees law enforcement in Vermont, and who defends Vermont’s laws from legal challenges.
VPR producers Annie Russell and Liam Elder-Connors break down the race for Vermont's Attorney General. If all you have are just a few minutes to think about this race before voting, spend it listening to this audio and scanning this Time To Vote page.
Vermont’s secretary of state deals with issues of professional licensing, corporate regulations and open records laws. Perhaps this office is best known for running Vermont’s elections.
Are you ready to vote for Vermont's secretary of state? No? It's OK. Review this Time To Vote page and listen to VPR producers Annie Russell and Liam Elder-Connors as they guide you through what you need to know to cast your ballot on election day.