Hallquist, former Vermont Electric Co-op CEO and gubernatorial candidate, brings infrastructure build-out experience to the Northeast Kingdom CUD’s operation.
Taylor Small, Ember Quinn and Jamie Dufour are hoping to be the first openly transgender person to hold a Vermont legislative seat.
H. Brooke Paige, who is running for secretary of state, mocked the former gubernatorial candidate for being transgender in a series of Facebook comments.
A study was ordered by the Legislature to find a way to help 80,000 underserved Vermonters.
The electric company, which has 1,300 customers, has not asked for a rate increase since 2010.
Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist is among several activists calling for an end to laws banning toplessness.
The nation’s first transgender major-party gubernatorial candidate is creating a renewable energy company as she continues to speak out on personal and political issues.
As high school and college students prepare to rally for action to address climate change, municipal and state leaders urge policy changes.
The former Democratic candidate for governor was called to the Legislature to lay out her proposal to expand broadband in Vermont by encouraging utilities to install fiber infrastructure.
Since Christine Hallquist’s campaign started, we scrambled for legitimacy. We knew the odds were long and political history was stacked against us.
After losing her run for governor, Christine Hallquist is looking for a leadership position in the electric utility industry. But she says another run for Vermont’s highest office could be in the cards.
At Election Night gatherings, leaders of both major parties had different interpretations of their mandate from voters.
Christine Hallquist’s loss reveals the broad appeal Gov. Phil Scott has been able to maintain among more moderate Democratic and independent voters.
While Democrats can tout the shift to a larger majority in the state House of Representatives, they might actually find it harder to unite.