Trautz: “The program needs are in large part a product of history. The budget didn’t just fall off the turnip truck, there’s a history and reason for expenditures over time.”
Davis says the Republicans are falling into a “trap”: Their base is shrinking. The GOP’s core constituents live in parts of the state where population is stagnant or falling.
As I pulled into one of several open “visitor” parking spaces at the Secretary of State’s office, I couldn’t help but notice a car with “Senate 1” as its plate, parked squarely in one of the marked handicap parking spaces.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates Launch a United Vision for Vermont Tour Burlington, Vt – The presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee, Peter Shumlin and the four other Democratic Candidates for Governor today launched their United Vision for Vermont Tour. The candidates will make seven stops throughout the state on the two-day tour […]
The Vermont Democratic Party held a unity rally for the 13 party candidates for statewide races, including state auditor, secretary of state, lieutenant governor and governor. Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., headlined the event.
Dems primary cheat sheet #2: A guide to the gubernatorial candidates’ stances on economic development
Though the Dems have similar policy stances, their job creation approaches and priorities differ substantially.
Primary cheat sheet #1: A guide to the gubernatorial candidates’ stances on the budget, health care and education
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: August 20, 2010 Kate Duffy email@example.com (802) 735-8321 Survey Says: Senate Votes Prove Candidates’ Anti-Jobs Records Shumlin, Bartlett Score 0% in New NFIB Survey, Racine Scores 11% Essex Junction, VT – Senators Peter Shumlin, Susan Bartlett, and Doug Racine failed to support small business owners in Senate votes this session, according […]
The 2010 gubernatorial race is already the most expensive in Vermont history. The six candidates have raised nearly $3 million so far.