State Senate



District: Rutland


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Kevin Mullin is a Rutland native. He and his wife, Cindy, live in Rutland Town. They have two sons, Brett and Bartley. Kevin attended UVM and Castleton University, where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Finance. At Castleton, Kevin received the Wall Street Journal Award for outstanding student in the field of Finance and was a member of the Pinnacle Honor Society.

Kevin is a small business owner who knows what it's like to meet a payroll. He has served on many boards including the Vermont Community Development Block Grant Board where he worked to promote job growth and affordable housing throughout the state. He is currently the Chair of the Senate Economic Development committee and is a member of both the Regional Economic Development Grants Board and the Vermont Economic Progress Council.

He is committed to improving education in Vermont and is currently a member of the New England Board of Higher Education and the Building Bright Futures Council.

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Q: What are your Top 3 Priorities?

1Jobs and the economy.

Since the Great Recession we have seen economic stagnation in most areas of the state except for Chittenden County. The most important issue for me is to create equal access for economic opportunity. Good paying jobs with benefits are key to improving the quality of life. We must reform our regulatory policies to make them more timely and predictable. Our goal should be to make our state the most business friendly state in the country.


Many of our neighbors continue to struggle to be able to afford to live in our great state. Health care costs, energy costs, and property taxes continue to increase. As legislators we should ask ourselves how each and every bill that we discuss will affect the pocketbooks of Vermonters. We must look to make state government more efficient and create policies that will make Vermont affordable.


Our children will grow up to compete in a global economy. Education is the great equalizer and we must commit ourselves to providing exceptional education opportunities for all.

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