Reformer Election Center
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The contest between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney transcends our borders. The world is watching closely. Here's a sampling of what some news outlets around the world are doing.
It's Election Day, which means it's the last chance for people to make their predictions. Though there are thousands and thousands of possible combinations of states, the predictions tend to fall into six broad camps with four favoring President Obama and two favoring Mitt Romney.
Vermonters are invited to post their Election Day photos, via Instagram, to share with the world. Just use hashtag (#) vtpoli.
Reformer reporters take comments from folks at the polls ....
"Experts" discuss the elections throughout the day. Feel free to contribute your own questions, too!.
Voters from across the country offer their advice for the next president.
A look at polling-place locations in Windham County and neighboring New Hampshire towns, and when they open on Election Day.
A handy tool to help you find ballot information using your street address.
Town clerks around Windham County are predicting high voter turnout for today's general election, largely due to a tight presidential race.
The White House the prize, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney raced through a final full day of campaigning on Monday through Ohio and other battleground states holding the keys to victory in a tight race.
On Nov. 6 -- Election Day -- several students at Brattleboro Union High School will be voting for the first time.
A presidential election tends to drive up Election Day turnout, and some Vermont town clerks already have noticed that trend in the arrival of large numbers of early voters.
The state legislative races in Chesterfield, Hinsdale, Walpole and Westmoreland will provide an interesting scenario on Tuesday, as each feature some geographic changes.
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