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Town Meeting Day Results: Presidential Primaries, Budgets, Mergers And Beyond

Voters filled booths in Norwich in 2016.
Angela Evancie
VPR file
Voters fill the booths at Tracy Hall in Norwich on Tuesday morning.

On Town Meeting Day – Super Tuesday – Vermonters weighed in on a host of issues. From the presidential primaries, to school budgets and consolidations, to other big municipal issues; we're unpacking all the results.

In the state's Super Tuesday races, Vermonters came out for Senator Sanders in a big way, and on the GOP side Donald Trump edged out a strong showing by Ohio Governor John Kasich. We're talking to Conor Casey,  executive director of the Vermont Democratic Party, Jeffrey Bartley,  executive director of the Vermont Republican Party, and also to Sam Sanders, who is reporting on the 2016 campaign for NPR.

We'll also hear about school budget and consolidation votes across the state from Nicole Mace, executive director of the Vermont School Boards Association, and Jeffrey Francis, executive director of the Vermont Superintendents Association.

And we'll check in on municipal issues and questions with VPR reporters Amy Kolb Noyes and Nina Keck.

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