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A Cartoon Guide To Voting In Vermont's General Election

A cartoon of a cow registering to vote
Stephanie Zuppo
/
For VPR

While VPR already published a guide to voting in Vermont for the 2020 election, some of us are visual learners, so cartoonist Stephanie Zuppo illustrated six frequently asked questions about what voting will look like for the Nov. 3, 2020 election.

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Who can register to vote in Vermont, and how do you do it?
How do you vote?

A cartoon of a cow voting
Credit Stephanie Zuppo / For VPR

What's going on with the U.S. Postal Service in Vermont, and will it impact voting by mail?

A cartoon of a mail worker explaining how the U.S. Postal Service has been impacted by pressure from top government officials
Credit Stephanie Zuppo / For VPR

Will there be enough poll workers with the COVID-19 risk?
A cartoon about poll workers
Credit Stephanie Zuppo / For VPR

How can I make sure my mail-in ballot is received and counted?
A cartoon of a cow surfing the web checking voting status
Credit Stephanie Zuppo / For VPR

How are ballots counted in Vermont, and how long will it take?
A cartoon about ballot counting
Credit Stephanie Zuppo / For VPR

Looking for more?

If you're less of a visual learner, or if you want extra updates we're posting to our original voter guide, check it out here!

And see more of Stephanie Zuppo's work at their website: www.stephanie-zuppo.com.

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