Tuesday, May 10, 2011

The Vermont Way: Voting Equality

May 14, 1965: The Vermont House of Representatives voted to reduce its size from 245 to 150 seats and elect members based on population rather than geography. Find out more about the "young turks" who made reapportionment happen, the role of Governor Phil Hoff, and how “one-man one-vote” altered the political balance of power in an excerpt from The Vermont Way.
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