Voter fraud expert Hans Von Spakovsky details the ways in which Democrats carry out voter fraud in the United States today, often with the help of blue states. Of course, Democrats deny voter fraud exists, and say attempts to make elections secure are “voter suppression.”
Conservatives and progressives have different views about individuals and communities. Conservatives and progressives have different views about diversity and choice. Conservatives and progressives have a different view of “We the People.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., met face-to-face with Republican challenger Lawrence Zupan on Monday in what proved to be one of the most intense debates of the election season.
This forum, sponsored by the Vermont Workers Center, invited all Windham County candidates for state Legislature to discuss “health care and human rights.”
A new report from the United Nations says now is the last chance for the world to take immediate action to stop climate change. These are all the other times climate watchers have said that.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist met Wednesday in Rutland to discuss the future direction of Vermont.
Activists like Linda Sarsour get arrested at protests a lot, and they’re incredibly likely to make a second appearance hours later. Here’s why.
Democratic senators were tripping over themselves to make grandstanding political statements in front of the camera throughout Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing, but did it work?
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made some disturbing comments this week, Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke on socialism versus capitalism, and newspapers across the country banded together this week to reply to remarks made by President Donald Trump.
Any candidate looking to take on Bernie Sanders faces an uphill battle, but that hasn’t stopped Republican candidate Lawrence Zupan from climbing the hill with a firm belief that he will be the one to help Vermont’s junior senator into retirement.
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.