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The Republican candidate for governor made the announcement at the company’s 70th anniversary party after months of criticism by political opponents.
Conor Casey, the party director, says the GOP candidate must divest his share in the company in order to address conflict of interest issues.
Minter wants to fix the current website. Scott says it’s time to move to the federal exchange or partner with another state.
PEGTV, Rutland Community Access Channel 21 will livestream VTDigger’s gubernatorial debate on Sept 28th.
Sue Minter and Phil Scott traded shots while Bill “Spaceman” Lee promised: “Women are going to be fine in my utopian environment.” VIDEO
A lawyer who worked for the resort is among several contributors who gave at a time when regulators were asking questions in 2014. Leahy says he will donate the lawyer’s $5,000 if the man did “something inappropriate.”
Live video streaming of the forum from the Statehouse will be available through ORCA Media and via Facebook.
But Jim Condos, a Democrat, said the questions about whether voters in left-leaning towns are getting earlier access to voting materials reveal a lack of knowledge about the law.
The party filed a complaint alleging improper coordination between Phil Scott’s campaign and a nationally funded PAC on the production of TV ads. The Scott campaign says no coordination took place.
The Republican Senate candidate made his latest charges at Burlington High School — where Leahy already had a news conference scheduled on college funding. Leahy used part of his event to swipe back at Milne.
Education, marijuana regulation, gun control, economy, healthcare… What do you want to hear the gubernatorial candidates talk about?
The Vermont State Employees’ Association endorsed Democrat Sue Minter for governor this week after a recent membership meeting in Killington. The VSEA endorsed Matt Dunne over Minter in the primary race but decided to back the former transportation secretary during the union’s 72nd annual meeting. “Our members said they were backing her because of her […]
The Vermont senator is warning his supporters of the dangers of backing third party candidates in the presidential election.