The forum’s venue sits practically in the shadow of turbines on the Lowell Mountain ridge, and all four of the candidates who attended distanced themselves from the energy source.
In Brattleboro on Tuesday, five candidates for governor discussed potential solutions for the region’s economic troubles and debated statewide issues including the minimum wage.
“It’d be great to see some plans for action and how they’re going to fund it,” said Julie Tessler, the executive director of the Vermont Council of Developmental and Mental Health Services.
News Release — Howard Center June 22, 2016 Contact: Martie Majoros [email protected] BURLINGTON, VT— Gubernatorial candidates Matt Dunne, Peter Galbraith, Bruce Lisman, Sue Minter, and Phil Scott will participate in a forum focused on “Community Health and Support Services” in Burlington on Monday, June 27. The event is presented by Vermont Care Partners, The Vermont […]
News Release — Kingdom County Forum June 21, 2016 Media contact: Judith Jackson 802-754-9968 / 802-673-5533 [email protected] http://kingdomcountyforum.org Five Vermont gubernatorial candidates will meet for “Kingdom County Debate” on Wednesday, June 29, at 6 p.m. in local riding arena Irasburg, Vt.—Preparations are under way in the Northeast Kingdom town of Irasburg for the Kingdom County Debate, […]
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says he would offer four years of free tuition at Vermont’s state colleges to all state residents who are accepted into the institutions. He would pay for it by repealing several tax breaks.
All statewide candidates must file a financial report July 15. In making a voluntary one now, Matt Dunne not only made an issue of transparency but highlighted his war chest in the Democratic race for governor.
News Release — Vermont Interfaith Action June 14, 2016 Contact: Debbie Ingram Executive Director Vermont Interfaith Action (802) 651-8889 office (802) 310-4625 cell On Wednesday, June 15, from 6:15 to 8:30 pm, Vermont Interfaith Action (VIA) will host “Conversations with the Candidates” at Ohavi Zedek Synagogue in Burlington (188 N. Prospect St.) for the Democrats […]
The edits a user called Westerncivil made Friday included the deletion of a paragraph describing a court’s 2010 decision to compel an oil company to award Peter Galbraith between $55 million and $75 million.
Galbraith says he wants to ban assault weapons and require background checks for gun purchases. Dunne is a proponent of background checks. The GOP candidates say Vermont’s gun laws are fine as is.
News Release — Rights & Democracy June 12, 2016 Contact Isaac Grimm (802) 767-7479 [email protected] http://www.radvt.org/ St Albans, VT – Today, gubernatorial candidates gathered for a panel hosted by Rights & Democracy, a new grassroots organization focused on issues facing working families. The Panel was attended by Democrats Matt Dunne, Peter Galbraith, and Sue Minter, […]
Between 2008 and 2011, 84 edits were made to the Peter Galbraith page on Wikipedia by someone identified as “Devotedamerican.” The bulk of the editing was to delete or soften controversial details in Galbraith’s career.
￼News Release — Howard Center June 7, 2016 Contact: Martie Majoros(802) 488-6911; [email protected] WHEN: Monday, June 27, 2016 from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. WHERE: Main Street Landing Film House, Lake and College Streets, AND streamed live on Vermont PBS at www.vermontpbs.org WHAT: Gubernatorial candidates Matt Dunne, Peter Galbraith, Bruce Lisman, Sue Minter, and Phil Scott […]
At a Democratic forum Monday night in Brattleboro, candidates Matt Dunne, Peter Galbraith and Sue Minter debated Vermont’s policies on renewable energy siting and said they favored more flexibility in the state’s school merger law.