Zuckerman loses on public financing; Corren still facing $72,000 fine

A federal ruling means Sen. David Zuckerman will have to forgo public money in his race for lieutenant governor, but the judge warned the state not to be overzealous in enforcement of its public campaign finance law.

Corren wants changes in public financing before making another bid

Progressive Dean Corren, who lost a race for lieutenant governor last year while opting for public campaign funding, says he would run again if the financing system were improved.

Progressive candidates join forces with Corren in campaign finance fight

Three former Progressive candidates for lieutenant governor have joined a suit filed by Dean Corren to block campaign finance penalties pursued by Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell, according to court filings. Sorrell has alleged that Corren violated campaign finance laws. The Vermont Attorney General maintains that an email blast from the Vermont Democratic Party constituted […]

AG seeks up to $72,000 from Dean Corren for alleged campaign violations

Bill Sorrell

AG Bill Sorrell says Corren, who accepted public campaign financing in his race for lieutenant governor, violated those rules by asking the state Democratic Party to send an email to party supporters on his behalf.