The chair of the Vermont Republican Party says party leadership will stand by and let Vermonters choose whether to support a primary challenger against Gov. Phil Scott for the 2020 gubernatorial election.
In Vermont, the waters of resentment have risen steadily behind the faulty dam constructed tirelessly by “Republican” Governor Phil Scott.
Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday delivered his second inaugural address, calling for bipartisan cooperation and listing priorities ranging from clean water funding and a reform of Act 250 to statewide testing of lead in schools.
Gov. Phil Scott on Thursday stood strongly behind the Vermont National Guard in response to media reports that the organization is awash in a culture of partying and sexual misconduct.
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.
Gov. Phil Scott on Tuesday joined independent Addison County state Senate candidates Marie Audet and Paul Ralston during a campaign swing through Middlebury.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott has received a perfect 100 percent score from Planned Parenthood after filling out the abortion provider’s 2018 candidate survey.
Despite losing part of his base to a rival conservative candidate, Gov. Phil Scott on Tuesday won the Republican gubernatorial primary and now must face Christine Hallquist, a liberal Democrat and the nation’s first transgender major-party nominee for governor.
With the 2018 primaries in the final stretch, GOP leaders say they have their eye on how Republican Gov. Phil Scott is going to perform after having sided with the left on gun control and other issues during his first term.
We have taken many positive and measurable steps forward in just 19 months, and we’re on the right track. But we still have much more work ahead.
House lawmakers on Tuesday voted 90-51 on the governor’s second budget veto, falling short of an override and giving state leaders a week and a half to find an agreement or face a government shutdown.