Under the umbrella of “Challenges for Change,” the Dubie-Douglas administration is claiming to improve educational outcomes and reduce costs by super-sizing school boards, creating cookie-cutter curricula, and fundamentally destroying the relationship between the community and education that has made Vermont’s schools strong.
Allen, who is a former town manager for Hartland, challenged Dunne in the 1998 general election for the Windsor-3 state House of Representatives seat.
All five Democratic candidates for governor were invited to talk about the role they envision renewable energy playing in Vermont’s power grid.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 28, 2010 Contact: Avram Patt, General Manager Washington Electric Co-op To Host Energy Forum For Gubernatorial Candidates At Annual Membership Meeting EAST MONTPELIER – Five candidates hoping to be the state’s next governor will participate in a discussion titled “Energy Issues Facing Vermont,” to be held at the 71st Annual Membership […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, April 20th Contact Kevin O’Holleran (802) 478-0858 – office (312) 804-3825 – mobile WHITE RIVER JUNCTION – The Matt Dunne for Governor campaign officially released the endorsement today of Bill McKibben via a video McKibben recorded for the Dunne for Governor website. McKibben, a Ripton resident, is a globally known environmentalist […]
His total personal income places him a half million dollars north of his closest rival.
All six gubernatorial candidates in this year’s race took Symington’s lesson to heart – they all filed before 2010 even began.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MARCH 31, 2010 CONTACT: CRYSTAL PLATI 202-742-8563 [email protected] 21st Century Democrats Endorses Matt Dunne for Governor of Vermont Washington, DC – 21st Century Democrats today endorsed Matt Dunne in the Vermont Governor’s race. For almost twenty years, Matt Dunne has been recognized as an innovative leader in business, policy, and politics. First […]
Daybell has the unenviable task of fielding questions on the touchy issue of whether the Progressives are election spoilers.
The analysis shows that Sec. of State Deb Markowitz, Sen. Doug Racine and Matt Dunne are all statistically tied with Dubie.
Sapphire: Steve Cormier would have been wise to contextualize the circumstances of both Dunne’s and Racine’s attendance at our Forum.
We are almost there. Over the last few months, Vermonters have come together to call on the Governor and Legislature to take action on Vermont Yankee. Two weeks ago, I held a press conference in Windham County on the banks of the Connecticut River, again calling for clarity now so we can move forward to […]
Concerned Vermonters have long awaited today’s announcement that a Senate committee will begin considering legislation related to the relicensing of this aging facility.
The Vermont Legislature is now facing a horrible decision: Will we stop serving our citizens or cause more cost shifting for hospitals by cutting reimbursements?