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How to Vote in 2020

How to Vote in 2020

Rebecca Cunningham February 12, 2020

Town Meeting Day: Tuesday, March 3. Polls open at 7 am, close at 7 pm.   ATTENTION: Students age 17 are allowed to vote in the primary as long as they turn 18 before the general election...

Parkland activists talk gun sense

Parkland activists talk gun sense

November 5, 2018

Parkland activists Alex Wind, David Hogg, and Emma González visited Burlington, Vermont on October 20, 2018 to speak about a new book they co-wrote with fellow gun control activists called "A Glimmer...

Photo: Halle Newman
(left to right) Alex Wind, David Hogg, and Emma González spoke with The Register before their book event.

Parkland students call on young Americans to act: “Vote for Our Lives”

Nataleigh Noble November 5, 2018

By Nataleigh Noble After the February 14, 2018 massacre that took the lives of 14 students and 3 teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, student survivors of the mass shooting...

POLL-tergeist: the chilling reality of not showing up

POLL-tergeist: the chilling reality of not showing up

October 30, 2018

By Halle Newman The scariest day of the year is almost upon us. Can’t you see yourself there now? Walking past pumpkin-laden porches and lackluster foliage to get to your destination, quickening your...

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Budget, Maintenance Bond Pass, New Board Members Elected

March 7, 2017

Burlington voters approved a $74 million school budget on Town Meeting Day, said yes to a capital improvements bond and determined school board members. The complete education-related results are below: North...

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