Several Senate races across Vermont garnered GOP attention in light of promising candidates, but in the end Democrats performed especially well on Election Day, shrinking the GOP presence even more at the Statehouse.
With more than 274,000 votes cast, Vermonters overwhelmingly re-elected Phil Scott to serve another term as governor, choosing the governor’s message of affordability over national buzz about gender identity.
A lieutenant governor debate Thursday gave voters a final chance to decide who they want to be second-in-command in Vermont for the next two years.
When it comes to using state taxpayer dollars to advance his sometimes kooky, left-of-center political agenda, Vermont Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman isn’t shy.
Several Vermont candidates and voters are expressing concerns about the influence socialist and fascist-like groups may be having on the state’s Democratic Party.
In a 90-minute-long forum at the historic Paramount Theater in Rutland, Repubilcan Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist debated taxes, ethics, schools, housing and more.
Gov. Phil Scott on Tuesday joined independent Addison County state Senate candidates Marie Audet and Paul Ralston during a campaign swing through Middlebury.
Peter Briggs and Doug Tolles thought up a series of campaign signs modeled after the classic Burma-Shave ad slogan road signs of the 1930s and ’40s.
With affordable housing properties in Vermont being developed for around $500 per square foot at taxpayer expense, the word “affordable” seems to have lost all meaning.
The Turners haven’t always agreed on political matters, but as House Minority Leader Don Turner stumps across the state with his wife by his side, the couple say they are about doing what’s best for Vermonters, not any particular party.
Recent events that may have involved racial slurs and threats have again sparked discussion and reflection about renewed accusations of widespread racism in Vermont.