Attorney: Vermont’s lax residency laws play a role in alleged voter fraud case

Did non-resident absentee ballots tip local election in a small New England town?

The attorney who successfully petitioned Essex Superior Court Judge Elizabeth Mann to stop the town of Victory’s upcoming Selectboard runoff election said Vermont’s lax residency laws are partly to blame for the alleged fraudulent voting in the small Northeast Kingdom community. Keep Reading…

| VT Watchdog

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