The inability of Vermont’s House of Representatives to push through wholesale, centrally mandated school district consolidation has presented us with an opportunity to restate a basic Vermont value: local voices matter.
Democratic candidate for the Vermont State Senate, Becca Balint of Brattleboro, has raised more than $10,000 since the launch of her campaign at the beginning of this summer–far exceeding her goal of raising $7,000 by the state’s first campaign finance disclosure deadline.
News Release — Washington Electric Co-op July 10, 2014 Washington Electric Co-op is excited to announce that it is accepting applications for Net Metering in its service territory. The Vermont Public Service Board (PSB) issued a letter today indicating that the WEC net metering plan has been approved. This means WEC can resume taking net […]
For Release June 26, 2014 Contact: Jill Michaels Phone: (802) 765-4102 Email: [email protected] Website: www.jillforstaterep.com Jill Michaels of Strafford Running for Vermont State Representative Economic development consultant and long time Democratic activist Jill Michaels of Strafford has announced that she is running for the seat vacated by Norwich resident Kathy Hoyt. Norwich lawyer and former […]
Rebecca Ramos, the former chief of staff for the state Senate, has been hired by the Necrason Group lobbying firm. Adam Necrason, president of the firm, sent out an announcement about Ramos’ hire last week. “Rebecca’s talent as a strategist and communicator, as well as her warm professionalism, will help our strong portfolio of clients […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 2014 Contact: Rep. Maxine Grad Phone: (802) 496-7667 Grad Seeks Re-Election Rep. Grad has won awards for work on children, veterans’, victims and public safety issues during her decade-plus of public service MORETOWN, VT – Maxine Grad of Moretown announces her re-election, seeking an eighth term for state representative for the […]
Sustainable spending requires that growth in government spending reasonably equate to growth in the underlying economy supporting such spending. In recent years, our state leaders have wandered from these core principles and the consequences, both fiscal and soon political, are now unfolding.