Of course most of our attention is focussed on the race for governor and our legislative races, but keep in mind the possibility of running for Justice of the Peace in your town. It's a great way to become involved in electoral politics and a great way to keep the Progressive Party name connected with candidates. The glory part of the job is performing marriages and civil unions, but JPs also count votes in the primary and general elections as well as at town meetings. Check out all the responsibilities involved by viewing the Vermont Secretary of State's website, here
. And be in touch with the Progressive Party's Director, Morgan Daybell
to find out how to get your name on the ballot.