It’s happening all over. They want to cut down on the turnout–
and also may be laying the groundwork for a post-Election Day
propaganda drive asserting that the Democrats robbed them, by
using those bad DRE machines.




FYI, the RNC still has my old Vermont address. (I contributed $5 to get on their mailing list to see what they’re up to when we started doing the radio show 4 years ago.) They think I’m a Republican, and are encouraging me to get an absentee ballot. Very interesting…


Dear Thomas,

I’ll make this short and to the point. Please make sure you get your Vermont absentee ballot application by clicking here now.

With Vermont providing for more early or absentee voting, it’s easier than ever to cast a vote at your convenience. At, you can get your early voting application and find out what the rules are in your Vermont. Just enter your name and address to get your personalized application, fill out the rest of the form, print it out, and mail it in to your local election official.

There is no more important political activity than voting. By voting early, you can help decide this election long before Election Day. Cross this important item off your fall to-do list by getting your early voting application at

Ken Mehlman
Chairman, Republican National Committee

Vermont Early Voting Information

Vote Early by Mail

To vote absentee by mail you must apply for a ballot with your town clerk. You may apply for an early voter absentee ballot by telephone, in person, or in writing.

General Election (November 7, 2006): You may apply for an absentee ballot anytime during the calendar year. All absentee ballot requests must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. or the close of the town clerk’s office on November 6, 2006. We recommend that you apply for your ballot no later than October 22, 2006 to allow enough time to process your application.

Click Here to Download and Print Your Absentee Ballot Application

Vote Early in Person

You may vote early at your town clerk’s office. For the General Election, early voting is available from October 10, 2006 until 5:00 p.m. or the close of business on November 6, 2006.

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