Election Day is Nov. 8
Political signs jockey for real estate on a busy corner in Bellows Falls.

Election Day is Nov. 8

Final call for letters and commentary about candidates and issues on the ballot for next week’s newspaper

In-person voting for the Vermont statewide general election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8, with polls opening no later than 10 a.m. All polling locations close at 7 p.m.

Athens: 10 a.m., Athens Town Office (25 Brookline Rd.)

Brattleboro: 7 a.m., American Legion (32 Linden St.)

Brookline: 9 a.m., Brookline Town Offices (734 Grassy Brook Rd.)

Dover: 7 a.m., Town Hall (189 Taft Brook Rd., East Dover)

Dummerston: 8 a.m., Dummerston Congregational Church (1535 Middle Rd.)

Grafton: 9 a.m., Grafton Town Hall (117 Main St.)

Guilford: 10 a.m., Broad Brook Community Center (3940 Guilford Center Rd.)

Halifax: 10 a.m., Halifax Community Hall (20 Brook Rd.)

Jamaica: 9 a.m., Jamaica Town Office (28 Town Office Rd.)

Londonderry: 7 a.m., Town Office Twitchell Building (100 Old School St.)

Marlboro: 9 a.m., Marlboro Town House (13 Town Hill Rd.)

Newfane: 9 a.m., Newbrook Fire Station (698 VT Route 30)

Putney: 10 a.m., Putney Fire Station (21 Carl Snyder Dr.)

Rockingham: 8 a.m., Masonic Temple (61 Westminster Street, Bellows Falls)

Stratton: 10 a.m., Stratton Town Office (9 W. Jamaica Rd.)

Townshend: 8 a.m., Townshend Town Hall (2006 VT Route 30)

Vernon: 7 a.m., Vernon Town Hall (downstairs) (567 Governor Hunt Rd.)

Wardsboro: 9 a.m., Town Hall (71 Main St.)

Westminster: 10 a.m., Westminster Fire Station (103 Grout Ave.)

Whitingham: 10 a.m., Whitingham Municipal Center (2948 VT Route 100)

Wilmington: 7 a.m., The Old School Community Center (1 School St.)

Windham: 10 a.m., Windham Meeting House (26 Harrington Rd.)

In the meantime, early and absentee voting in Vermont remains underway. All registered voters in the state should receive a ballot in the mail. If you do not receive your ballot, contact your town clerk. Contact information for all town clerks in the state can be downloaded as an Excel file.

The next issue of The Commons will be the last to hit print before Election Day and will be published Wednesday, Nov. 2, with final elections commentary and contributions due by midnight on Friday, Oct. 29. As always, email material for this section to [email protected].

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