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Early Voting in Central Vermont 

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Donna Smyers, Cindy Gardner-Morse and Dolly dropping off ballots in Calais
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Joe Martinez working at the Salvation Army in East Montpelier. Martinez, whose father fled to the U.S. from Fidel Castro's Cuba, went for Trump in 2016 but will vote for Biden in 2020.
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Karli and Justin Brown supporting Trump and QAnon in Woodbury
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Anne Ferguson and Nancy Schulzof Montpelier
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Separated by a plastic curtain, Fran Weinbaum is visiting and fi lling out ballots with her mother, Elvira Woodworth, at Heaton Woods Residence in Montpelier
COURTESY OF DANI SMITH
Diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a type of bone cancer, Peyton Smith of Montpelier, who turned 18 this spring and is currently in hospice, was determined to vote. His mother, Dani, took this photo and wrote: “I hope his dedication to voting will inspire others to take the time and vote! It meant the world to him.”
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Calais resident Aranya Phonjan Azarian, 19, is voting for the first time. Hooligan, 10, will have to wait.
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Scott Luscombe, who lives in Hyde Park, is a master forester and a voter.
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Larry Bowling and Joe Shadroui on their porch in Barre
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Deborah and Jim Lacourse, reunited childhood sweethearts, have a giant Halloween display in their East Montpelier yard, along with the pro-Trump signage.
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Dorigen Keeney and Carl Powden down on the farm in Johnson. The piggies, Maybelline and Stella, won’t be voting.
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Terry J. Allen
Donna Smyers, Cindy Gardner-Morse and Dolly dropping off ballots in Calais