The Boston Globe Editorial Board endorsed Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts for re-election in the Senate in October, but took a different stance Thursday when it comes to her potential White House run.
Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich on Wednesday and Thursday will meet with supporters and attend several events in New Hampshire.
GOP Maine Rep. Bruce Poliquin and three activists filed a lawsuit Tuesday protesting the state’s ranked-choice voting system that was used in Maine’s midterm elections.
Former Speaker of the U.S. House Tip O’Neill used to say that “all politics is local.” This may have been true in his time as speaker, but it is not true anymore, especially in Vermont.
In an election that saw few victories for Vermont Republicans, voters decided to stick with the Democrat status quo for secretary of state and attorney general.
With the dust beginning to settle after Election Day, top Republicans are assessing the damage to their party in lost seats and leverage, including the ability to sustain a veto by Gov. Phil Scott.
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.
Republicans took aim at powerful incumbents in Grand Isle and Chittenden County during the midterm election, but by the end of Tuesday night it was clear that Democrats easily held on to their power.
The Vermont House Republicans on Election Day lost the ability to sustain a veto by Gov. Phil Scott.
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.
Vermont’s well-known incumbents who represent the state in the nation’s capital easily defeated their lesser-known conservative challengers Tuesday night.