Edna Beard’s male colleagues at first treated her like a strange creature in their midst.
News Release — Mike McCarthy Oct. 19, 2016 Contact: Mike McCarthy campaign [email protected] Named to the Progressive Change Campaign Committee’s 2016 Power List October 19, 2016 — Mike McCarthy, who is running for the Vermont House of Representatives in Saint Albans (Franklin-3-1), was named to the Progressive Change Campaign Committee’s 2016 Power List, which recognizes […]
News Release — Mari Cordes Oct. 19, 2016 Contact: Mari Cordes campaign 802.989.9267 Named to the Progressive Change Campaign Committee’s 2016 Power List October 19, 2016 — Mari Cordes, who is running for the Vermont House of Representatives in Addison-4, was named to the Progressive Change Campaign Committee’s 2016 Power List, which recognizes rising political […]
Jessica Comai Brumsted, who is married to the chief executive officer of the University of Vermont Health Network, is running for the Vermont Legislature. Brumsted is running as a Democrat to represent the northeast section of Shelburne and the town of St. George in the Chittenden 5-2 district. Her opponent is independent Bruce Elmore. “I […]
School choice and town tuitioning became an issue after Act 46 was signed into law in 2015.
Vermonters for Schools and Communities is casting a wide net in search of support, sending an appeal to every candidate for Vermont office and to school board members across the state.
Vermont Sierra Club Announces Legislative Endorsements: Supports Candidates with History of a Strong Conservation Ethic
News Release — Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Oct. 6, 2016 Contact: David Ellenbogen, Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Political Committee Chair Robb Kidd, 802-505-1540 Sierra Club Vermont Conservation Program Manager. Montpelier, VT: The Vermont Sierra Club is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2016 general election. These endorsements accompany their earlier, […]
Three Washington County legislators say the draft rules for alternative district governance structures aren’t flexible enough and don’t follow the Legislature’s intent.
Party leaders in the House say they can get a majority of seats in the chamber come November.
Incumbent state Reps. Steve Berry and Cynthia Browning, both Democrats, and Republican challenger Brian Keefe are vying for two seats to represent Arlington, Manchester, Sunderland and Sandgate.
If we excluded everyone in our small state who had some connection with every project or department in our government, there’d be a lot fewer capable people at the table solving problems.
Regulators have released a draft of the standards for writing energy plans that would gain localities a greater say in the siting of projects. Despite criticism from some quarters, others who have written such plans say it’s not that hard.
The outgoing governor says he’ll appoint a new justice to the Vermont Supreme Court before leaving office.