Five candidates for state Senate faced-off in a forum Monday evening in the Channel 17 studios, and voters got to hear distinctly different plans for Vermont from both the left and right.
A Republican House candidate on Saturday received a terrifying death threat in the mail that said “socialism is here” and declared “open season for Republican death in Vermont.”
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.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist met Wednesday in Rutland to discuss the future direction of Vermont.
Next month, Vermont will elect a U.S. senator. Vermonters want a senator for Vermont. By his own choices, Bernie Sanders has ceased to be that senator.
There hasn’t been a Republican state senator for Windham County since 1990, but a young candidate with a fresh outlook on pressing political matters hopes to change that on Nov. 6.
A comment by state Rep. Annmarie Christensen saying she fears she might rip the heads off local Trump supporters has landed the Windsor-2 Democrat in trouble with her constituents.
Gov. Phil Scott on Tuesday joined independent Addison County state Senate candidates Marie Audet and Paul Ralston during a campaign swing through Middlebury.
Turner has opposed making minimum wage $15 an hour. The Legislature already passed annual increases with inflation taken into account, he said, adding that he believes raising it to $15 now will lead to negative consequences.
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.
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.