Thirty-seven towns vote in favor of impeachment resolution
More than 30 towns have voted in favor of a resolution calling for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney.
Organizers say 37 towns have adopted the resolution and 22 towns are calling for the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.
In some towns, the resolutions were controversial and in others they were dealt with quickly and matter-of-factly.
In Calais, Marion Gray, whose stepson was killed in Iraq, told the crowd at town meeting that it was ``treasonous'' to even consider a measure calling for impeachment.
Supporters said Bush and Cheney misled the nation about the threat posed