RAD-TV Presents: It's Finally the Primaries!

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This month on RAD-TV: The Primaries, deconstructed! We break down what’s going down on August 14th, it’s a lot. Host Grant Taylor and Guest Jubilee McGill from RAD’s Leadership Committee will lead the conversation. From Governor and State Treasurer to States Attorneys and Sheriffs, there’s a lot to know before filling out your ballot! We talk about methods of voting (how and when), candidates who have been endorsed by Rights and Democracy, ways to help your favorite candidates with their campaigns, a few more Gubernatorial forums coming up before the election, and what a veto-proof majority would mean for democratic control.

For more information on topics discussed, please visit:

www.sec.state.vt.us/elections/voters.aspx and www.burlingtonvt.gov/sites/default/files/29_DEMOCRATIC_BURLINGTON_CHI-6-2%20%281%29_0.pdf

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