MONKTON — The Monkton Town Office will be open on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to assist voters who may not have received their election ballots in the mail.
According to an announcement sent out by the town Friday afternoon, a large volume of ballots were returned to the Town Office as undeliverable.
Monkton residents who did not receive their ballot in the mail are encouraged to stop by the clerk's office Saturday so officials can help them with their voting needs.
Residents with any questions may call the office, 802-453-3800, during regular hours.
MONTPELIER — Secretary of State Jim Condos distilled his election guidance to three words Monday. “Seal, sign, and send!” he said in a statement announcing the start of the early voting period for the Nov. 3 election.
All Vermonters can expect to receive a ballot before Oct. 7. If you don’t, Condos advises “the voter should contact their Town or City Clerk to ensure they receive a ballot.”
All voters had the option of mailing in their ballot during the primary early voting period, but in the general election every eligible voter should automatically receive a ballot.