The bank’s chief executive officer and chair says it will fill a need in Chittenden County.
The message from Montpelier: Do what you must to succeed, because the state’s available resources are no match for its needs.
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More than $18.3 million in total was raised for all Vermont races, an unprecedented amount for an election year in the Green Mountain State.
Candidates in the primaries for governor spent $5 million. In 2010, candidates spent $1.7 million.
The gubernatorial primary highlighted candidates spending large amounts of their own money – only to lose the race. Conditions must be right for self-financing to work, one expert says.
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott won the GOP gubernatorial primary but took a beating in Rutland. A Republican stronghold and the second most populous county in the state, Rutland will be key for him in November.
Bruce Lisman and a string of other prominent GOP members threw their support behind gubernatorial nominee Phil Scott and the Republican ticket.
Scott told supporters that negative campaigns don’t work in Vermont, no matter who you are or how much money you spend.
Bruce Lisman's money bought him little more than humiliation, losing by some 20 percentage points to Phil Scott. But a slew of TV ads in the final days before the primary explains state Sen. David Zuckerman's apparent victory in the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor.
The Windsor County town’s gubernatorial vote totals have matched statewide results in 20 of the last 21 general elections. But on primary day this year, residents confounded pundits seeking easily explained trends.
Many voters reported being disillusioned with politics at both the national and state level.
Former Govs. Howard Dean and Madeleine Kunin led a get-out-the-vote rally for gubernatorial candidate Sue Minter on the Burlington waterfront Monday, the day before voters go the polls to choose […]