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Statement from the Brookline Selectboard

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Statement passed by the Brookline Selectboard October 7, 2020:
The Town of Brookline condemns hate speech, prejudice, and acts intended to induce fear in any person based on their identity. We are a community of diverse backgrounds and opinions, and we draw strength from it. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and feel safe in our beautiful town and community at large.

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David Jones
Brookline Selectboard
djones.brooklinevt@gmail.com
802.365.0170

November 3, 2020 General Election Information

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During the week of September 21, 2020 the Vermont Secretary of State will be mailing absentee ballots for the November 3, 2020 General Election to all active voters on the checklist as of Sept 1, 2020. If for some reason you do not receive one by October 15, please notify the town by email brook763@comcast.net  or leave a voicemail at 365-4648.Please be sure to leave a mailing address.

We will be mailing absentee ballots to those who register to vote in Brookline after Sept. 1.

Absentee ballots can be returned by mailing in the prepaid envelopes, dropped off at the Town Office, putting them in the mail slot , or by bringing them to the polls on November 3.2020

While we encourage everyone to vote via absentee ballot during these challenging times, the town will have it's normal polling place and hours (9 AM - 7 PM) at the town office,734 Grassy Brook Road, November 3, 2020. We will be practicing the same guide lines as during the Vermont Primary vote. Only two people, masks required, may be allowed in the polling place at a time and you must sanitize your hands upon entry.  

When voting absentee, PLEASE BE SURE TO SIGN THE INNER CERTIFICATE ENVELOPE. Your vote will not count if we cannot identify who the ballot is from and/or if the inner envelope is not signed.

Regards,

Guy