A closer look at Vermont's Town Meeting Day tradition

Published: Mar. 5, 2018 at 5:15 PM EST
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It's one of Vermont's most iconic traditions: Town Meeting Day is Tuesday. For over 200 years, Vermonters have used the first Tuesday in March to elect local officials and vote on budgets. It's also a time for neighbors to discuss critical issues impacting their community.

Vermont League of Cities and Towns Maura Carroll gives us a better sense of the day's significance. Watch the video for the full interview.