VTDigger regularly publishes stories about Vermont politics. We cover state elections, the Vermont Legislature, the governor’s office, state agencies and major political parties. Jasper Craven covers politics for VTDigger. He can be reached at [email protected]
Evangelist Franklin Graham will lead a prayer vigil Wednesday on the Statehouse steps in Montpelier. Graham, the son of Billy Graham, runs the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, which is holding prayer rallies in all 50 states this year. Vermont will be the 37th. According to Franklin Graham, part of the focus of the Decision America […]
Scott wants to change Act 46 to expand school choice; Minter supports the law as written.
Our Revolution, as described by the former presidential candidate and on the group’s website, would be the type of organization that can use so-called dark money to influence public policy.
Mark Johnson moderates a debate between Vermont’s 2016 gubernatorial candidates Sue Minter and Phil Scott. The public is welcome to this free event. Sept 28th, 6pm. RSVP today.
Recount results in one district for the state House of Representatives show a different person as one of two Democratic nominees. Four people contended for the party’s two nominations for the Grand Isle-Chittenden district House seats in the Aug. 9 primary election. Rep. Mitzi Johnson, who chairs the House Appropriations Committee, emerged the clear leader […]
Keane calls Kulkin a “dybbuk.”
The U.S. Senate candidate’s travel agency purchased the airtime for spots that highlight its community service program.
The board of directors for the Vermont division of the National Education Association endorsed Dave Zuckerman for lieutenant governor Thursday, declaring he would be the best choice for students, schools and families. “Whether it’s ensuring that all children get an outstanding public education or insisting that working men and women are treated fairly, David is […]
A Maine property transfer tax document obtained by VTDigger on Thursday says Jane Sanders sold her stake in the property for $150,000. She told news outlets last week that the sale covered the cost of her new $575,000 camp on North Hero.
Unlike Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the liberal senator won’t reveal personal finances in 2016.
Rep. Kiah Morris, D-Bennington, responded by saying: “The actions of one person prove that he has no respect for Vermont values nor for those who live in our communities. His actions were an assault on each one of us.”
Brady Toensing says Vermont campaign finance law was broken when Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign sent an email to 5 million supporters soliciting donations for Rep. Chris Pearson.
Sanders ended June with more than $8,000,000 cash on hand.
Sen. David Zuckerman, who won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, has also secured the backing of the Progressive Party. Zuckerman won the Progressive Party primary, defeating Boots Wardinski, whose name was on the ballot, by winning more votes as a write-in candidate than Wardinski received at the polls. According to Secretary of State Jim […]