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Photos From the 2016 Vermont Primary 

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Alicia Freese
A voter in Burlington's Old North End on Tuesday. Voting started out slow in many districts.
Alicia Freese
Election workers confer in Burlington’s Old North End.
Terri Hallenbeck
House Speaker Shap Smith and Rep. Kesha Ram chat Tuesday as they campaign outside the Burlington Electric Department polling station.
Terri Hallenbeck
Shap Smith campaigns outside the Burlington Electric polling station Tuesday afternoon.
Matthew Thorsen
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne awaits results on Tuesday night in Burlington.
Matthew Thorsen
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne addresses supporters Tuesday night.
Matthew Thorsen
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne addresses supporters Tuesday night in Burlington.
James Buck
Lisman supporters wait for results to come in— and eat snacks — at the Hilton Burlington.
James Buck
Campaign signs at Bruce Lisman's post-election party on Tuesday night.
Terri Hallenbeck
House Speaker Shap Smith looks over results early Tuesday evening at Breakwater Café & Grill with campaign manager Erika Wolffing (left) and supporter Candace Morgan.
Molly Walsh
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott addresses supporters Tuesday night in Barre.
Molly Walsh
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott addresses supporters Tuesday night in Barre.
Terri Hallenbeck
Sen. David Zuckerman (P/D-Chittenden) celebrates winning the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor Tuesday.
Matthew Thorsen
Sen. David Zuckerman celebrates Tuesday with daughter Addie at Sweetwater's in Burlington.
James Buck
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Sue Minter thanks supporters on Tuesday night in Burlington.
James Buck
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Sue Minter celebrates Tuesday night in Burlington.
James Buck
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Sue Minter embraces former governor Madeleine Kunin Tuesday night in Burlington.
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Terri Hallenbeck
Shap Smith campaigns outside the Burlington Electric polling station Tuesday afternoon.

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