• State awards $66k to 11 communities to ease voting
     | March 18,2013

    MONTPELIER — The Vermont Secretary of State's office says 11 communities are going to be getting almost $67,000 in grants to make it easier for people with disabilities to vote.

    Secretary of State James Condos says the grants help the communities meet the federal Help America Vote Act by helping them improve the administration of and access to elections.

    This year's grants will be used by municipalities to improve accessibility by things such as improving parking areas, building ramps and installing automatic doors.

    The largest single grant will go to Moretown to install a ramp.

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