In a series of terse exchanges, the veteran lawmakers competing for Vermont’s No. 2 role tussled over such subjects as Act 250, criminal justice reform, climate change, child care and the role of the lieutenant governor’s office.
Republican incumbent Gov. Phil Scott holds a 17-point lead with decided voters, according to new polling from the University of New Hampshire.
The Ward 8 Progressive announced her resignation in a press release Wednesday, leaving two vacancies on the City Council.
Madden is an adamant critic of the two-party system, but is a major-party nominee in Vermont’s open congressional race.
The candidates seeking to become Vermont’s next lieutenant governor are going head-to-head on the virtual stage on Wednesday, Oct. 5, at the final VTDigger debate before November’s general election.
John Lyddy, who is running to represent a three-town Windham County district, previously indicated in social media posts and news reports that he was present during the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
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Tiny homes, rehabilitated rentals, investment properties and counterproductive tax structures were all on the agenda at a town hall this week.
Vermont and New Hampshire are the only remaining states in the nation that still have a two-year term for governor.
The veteran politician from Hinesburg has returned to familiar themes in his bid for his old office, but it has also forced him to explain why he wants to reclaim a post he once seemed eager to move on from.