In a primary election forum hosted Thursday by Town Meeting TV, all four registered Democratic candidates for governor — joined by write-in candidate Sen. John Rodgers — debated issues ranging from education and the economy to gun control.
In a primary election forum hosted on Thursday by Town Meeting TV, three Republican candidates running for U.S. Senate made the case for why they should be chosen to challenge Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in the general election.
In a primary election forum hosted on Wednesday by Town Meeting TV, Republican Gov. Phil Scott debated North Springfield resident Keith Stern about Vermont issues in the race for governor.
In separate sit-down interviews with Brattleboro Community TV, Vermont gubernatorial candidates Keith Stern, a Republican, and James Ehlers, a Democrat, explain why they are running for governor and offer different visions for the Green Mountain State.
In a primary election forum hosted on Monday by Town Meeting TV, Republicans H. Brooke Paige and Anya Tynio discussed Vermont issues and explained why they’re running for representative to Congress in a bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Peter Welch.
True North Reports takes you inside the Vermont pro-2A/Article 16 movement, which is mobilizing to unseat the governor and those legislators responsible for recent passage of controversial gun-control legislation.
“Don’t let Fox television or anybody else tell you that this country is divided on the issue of climate change — it is not. The vast majority of the American people know that climate change is real, that it is already causing devastating problems in our country and all over the world.”
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview Mary Beerworth, executive director of Vermont Right to Life, and Lucy Leriche, vice president of Public Policy for Planned Parenthood New England.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, host Pat McDonald interviews Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce head William Moore about the legislative session and its possible impact on Vermont businesses.
It is not clear from the video whether the alleged threats were reported to school authorities or the Brattleboro Police Department. The testimony nevertheless helped persuade the board to approve the Black Lives Matter flag.
In this episode of Vote for Vermont, co-hosts Pat McDonald and Ben Kinsley interview David Coates about the state pension crisis and how it may affect Vermonters, budgets and the state’s bond rating.