Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway

Anne Galloway is the founder of She has worked as a reporter and editor in Vermont for 17 years. Before she began devoting nearly every waking hour to the management of VTD and coverage of the Vermont Legislature, the governor and state government, Galloway served as the editor of the Sunday Rutland Herald and Times Argus and maintained a quarter-acre vegetable garden in her spare time. She began her career in newspapering as a pre-med-student-turned-literature major at the University of Kentucky, when her first feature story was published in the Kentucky Kernel. She moved to her husband’s home state, Vermont, in 1988 and got a job as a staff writer for the Hardwick Gazette. A year later she began reporting for the Barton Chronicle. For many years, she was a contributing writer for Seven Days and a visual arts reviewer for the Times Argus. Her reporting has appeared in The New York Times, the New York Daily News, Vermont Life and City Pages (Minneapolis). She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors. Galloway and her husband have two adult children. They live in East Hardwick.

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Twitter: @GallowayVTD


    Milne loses campaign manager, hires former editor who fabricated stories for the Times Argus

    Republican travel agency executive Scott Milne formally launches his campaign for governor Wednesday, July 23, 2014, at the Aldrich Public Library in Barre. Photo by Anne Galloway/VTDigger

    Scott Milne, the Republican candidate for governor, parted ways with Brent Burns, his campaign manager, last Friday, just seven weeks before the General Election, and he has hired Scott Fletcher, a former editor who fabricated stories published in the Times Argus, to write press releases.

    Shumlin launches first ad

    Gov. Peter Shumlin, WDEV debate. Photo by Anne Galloway

    The ad consists of a series of statements from Vermonters on Gov. Peter Shumlin’s accomplishments.

    Davis predicts Shumlin could be hurt by low turnout for General Election

    Vote. It's good for you and for democracy.

    “I expect Shumlin to come in first,” Davis said. “But Shumlin needs to work hard to get above 50. If he wants a mandate for single payer he needs half of the votes cast.” He suggested that the Democratic field organizers are going to need to work hard to get independents who lean Democratic to turn out and get Shumlin’s percentage above 50.

    Milne touts polls that show him trailing Shumlin by 10 to 12 points; Davis questions accuracy

    Creative Commons photo by asgw via Flickr.

    A New York Times/CBS/ opt-in, online poll of 430 Vermonters conducted Aug. 18-Sept. 2 shows a 11 percentage point gap between Milne and Shumlin. In the survey, 41 percent of Vermonters supported Shumlin, and 30 percent backed Milne. Fifteen percent of the respondents said they were undecided.

    ICYMI: Video from WDEV gubernatorial debate

    WDEV hosted a debate with four candidates for governor on Saturday at the Tunbridge World’s Fair: Emily Peyton, an independent, Dan Feliciano, a libertarian, Scott Milne, a Republican and Gov. Peter Shumlin, a Democrat. Mark Johnson, the host of the hourlong debate, asked the candidates questions about health care reform, property taxes, the state budget, […]

    Story and video: In WDEV debate, Shumlin defends record, Milne throws jabs

    WDEV gubernatorial debate. Libertarian Dan Feliciano, left, Gov. Peter Shumlin, center, Scott Milne, Republican, right. Photo by Anne Galloway

    In first debate, Milne assails Shumlin for the failed rollout of Vermont Health Connect and describes him as the “most radical progressive governor in the country with his health care proposal and some of the other things he’s doing.”

    Video and story: First Scott, Corren debate ends in a draw

    Lt. Gov. Phil Scott (left) and Progressive/Democratic challenger Dean Corren debate live from the Tunbridge World's Fair on WDEV's The Mark Johnson Show on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Photo by Anne Galloway/VTDigger

    Mark Johnson, who hosted the debate live for WDEV, gave Scott and Corren nearly a full half hour to discuss the key issue in the race: whether plans for a single payer health care system slated to go into effect in 2017 should move forward.

    RSVP for VTDigger’s 5th anniversary party on Sept. 17


    To celebrate this milestone in our growth, we are hosting a 5th anniversary celebration with our readers. There will be a cash bar, light refreshments and live music by Sarah Blair and Colin McCaffrey. Wednesday, September 17, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Main Gallery, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier

    Story and video: In campaign launch, Shumlin says he put Vermont on ‘progressive path’

    Gov. Peter Shumlin announces a plan to cut peak energy use at several Vermont companies at a news conference Thursday in Waitsfield. Photo by Katie Jickling/VTDigger

    In his 15-minute pitch for a third term, the governor sounded familiar themes and took shots at his Libertarian and Republican opponents.

    Trail mix: Milne puts skin in the game

    Campaign finance reports were due to on Friday. Photo by Kevin Rawlings

    Milne floats himself a $25,000 loan. Most of the rest of the money Milne received in donations came from family, family businesses and personal connections, including Nancy, Jonathon, Don and George Milne, Milne Travel and B&M Realty.

    In low turnout primary, support lags for Shumlin, Milne

    A man marks his ballot at the Miller Recreation Center polling site in Burlington. VTD Photo/Alicia Freese

    Eric Davis predicts Feliciano could get 10 percent of the Republican vote in the General Election, and Milne will be hard-pressed to get 30 percent.

    VTDigger’s 5th anniversary celebration


    You are invited!! Come help us celebrate our landmark birthday at Vermont College of Fine Arts, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17.

    Vermont Right to Life endorses Lt. Gov. Phil Scott, declines to back a gubernatorial candidate

    The Vermont Right to Life Political Committee released its endorsements for the primary election on Monday. The organization encourages its members to choose the Republican ballot. The committee chose not to recommend a candidate for governor. Three of the four candidates who are vying for the Republican nomination are pro-choice. The exception is Steve Berry, […]

    Former FBI director injured in crash on Route 12 in Barnard

    Louis Freeh, the former director of the FBI was injured in a crash in Vermont on Monday afternoon. Freeh was airlifted to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H., for treatment. USA Today reported that he was seriously injured. Freeh was FBI director from 1993 to 2001 during which time he investigated the crash of TWA […]

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