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Wednesday, March 8, 2006

Town Meeting coverage linkdump

Posted By on Wed, Mar 8, 2006 at 2:21 PM

Here's a rundown of who blogged Town Meeting Day:

Montpelier: Morgan Brown blogs election results.
Rutland: Blierwatch on Kevin Blier's school board race.
Stowe: Tom Evslin muses on the merits of Town Meeting.
Bethel: Greg Sampson has a great flickr photo set on Pages Within.
West Topsham: Walter Jeffries explains democracy to his son.
Burlington: Blog for America lauds IRV.
Burlington: Dan York on IRV.
Burlington: Haik Bedrosian with some Hinda bashing.
Burlington: PoliticsVT on the mayoral race.
Burlington: Philip Baruth issues a mea culpa.
Brattleboro: Chris Grotke and co. have a few different TMD posts on iBrat.
Putney: Voters approved a new firetruck!
Johnson, Cambridge, Morrisville, Hyde Park, Stowe: Karen from Vermont Diary, on being a Vermont transplant at Town Meeting.

Rejecting Wind Power: A roundup on View from Kirby Mountain.

On the towns voting to impeach W: Katherine of Cut To the Chase, NTodd of Dohiyi Mir , jds of Latitude 44.2N .

If I missed something, please send along a link.

UPDATE; And more...

Groton: by nathaniel from O Silent Escort

Burlington: John Odum at Green Mountain Daily writes about what he calls the "Swift Boating" of Hinda Miller. Yeah, right. Get a grip. Bob Kiss is no George Bush. Save that word for one of the national races, where voters don't actually know the candidates personally. Green Mountain Daily has two other TMD roundups, too.

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