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ARRE—Vermont’s eight mayors unanimously endorsed T.J. Donovan on Wednesday to be the next attorney general. Donovan is a Democrat who serves as state’s attorney in Chittenden County. He is running against Deb Bucknam, a Republican who works in a private practice in the Northeast Kingdom. Miro Weinberger, the mayor of Burlington, praised Donovan’s work as […]
Leahy rejected Milne’s proposal to cap terms in the U.S. Senate at 12 years.
Secretary of State Jim Condos says the number of registered voters in Vermont hit 462,693, a new record — residents have until Nov. 2 to register to vote on Nov. 8.
No formal vote has been taken. Three council members and the mayor arrived at the decision not to renew Fraser’s contract.
Bill Lawrence of Underhill retweeted several posts that were xenophobic in nature. He says some controversial ones were not forwarded from his account.
The Republican wants term limits of 12 years for senators and for Citizens United to be overturned.
More than $40,000 was raised at the 2015 event at the home of John Podesta, who worked for Leahy, former president Bill Clinton and runs Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Proposing to save a penny on every dollar is not a policy. It may be “a goal, a concept,” but it is not a plan.
Two Republican challengers want to unseat Democratic Reps. David Deen and Mike Mrowicki in the Windham 4 House District. Eddie Cutler and Bonnie DePino bristle at any suggestion that they’re single-issue candidates.
The two candidates for lieutenant governor squared off in at VTDigger debate Tuesday in Montpelier.
The seven-term Democrat and longest serving member in the Senate appears poised to easily win another six-year term over Republican challenger Scott Milne.
Phil Scott, Sue Minter and Bill Lee stuck to well-honed themes in the WPTZ debate in Burlington.
Jane Sanders sounded off on Twitter, calling Shumlin’s endorsement “worthless” and saying the timing of it represented “pathetic crass politics.”