He hasn’t said whether he is running again in 2018, and the Vermont Republican Party said fielding a challenger to the popular junior senator isn’t an immediate priority.
Since the 2010 Citizens United case, reform efforts have “come down to disclosure and transparency,” Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos said.
Secretary of State Jim Condos and Attorney General TJ Donovan have announced a slate of public meetings of the Joint Committee on Campaign Finance Education, Compliance and Reform. The meetings will be Tuesday at the Bennington Firehouse; April 25 at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum on Main Street; May 9 at Hartford Town Hall in White […]
News Release — Shelburne Democratic Committee March 28, 2017 Contact: Sue Irish Email: [email protected] Phone: 802-363-0539 https://www.facebook.com/ShelburneDemocrats/ Please join Vermont’s Attorney General TJ Donovan on Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 7:00-8:30 PM at the Shelburne town offices at 5420 Shelburne Road. Attorney General Donovan will discuss Vermont’s role in opposing President Trump’s travel ban; what we can […]
Campaign finance filings with the Vermont Secretary of State show that Louras raised a total of $24,872, compared with $5,835 for David Allaire, a longtime city alderman, and $5,550 for Michael Coppinger, the executive director of the Downtown Rutland Partnership.
One major sticking point to a settlement appears to be how to resolve issues with the public campaign finance law.
They have formed a committee to look for ways to reduce confusion, boost compliance and suggest any needed changes to laws and rules. The goal is “not to replace Citizens United but to coexist with it.”
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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.
The incoming attorney general says what he has heard so far about the state’s case against Dean Corren is “troubling.” He also faces a potential complication involving his chosen deputy.
Roughly a third of all the governor-elect’s corporate campaign contributions came from businesses in the construction and building industries.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott’s campaign spent less than Sue Minter’s did. His support from his party’s national governors association was higher, but she benefited from spending by other PACs.
In all, independent expenditures for Republican Phil Scott and Democrat Sue Minter have exceeded $5.3 million.