It’s the first time Sanders has lent his support to a Vermont office candidate this election cycle.
Two incumbents are in the running, leaving the four other Democratic candidates — along with three Republicans — vying for only one open seat.
Terje Anderson, chair of the Vermont Democratic Party, said release of information to candidates is not “an automatic right.”
In the national tragicomedy called “The 2016 Presidential Election,” all the main characters save one are linked by a common flaw, the hubris of thinking they know the future.
Many intelligent and principled people are making the intellectual and political mistake of assuming that the 63 million Americans who voted for Trump are a mindless monolith.
“We’re going to have to face some hard questions about the power that tech giants wield,” said Brendan Nyhan, a professor of government.
It cannot yet be said there is now legal proof of collusion, but such proof appears to be tantalizingly close.
I have no doubt that the reason behind Comey’s firing is that Trump wants to quash the FBI’s investigation into Russian meddling in the presidential election.
The 17 member organizations of the U.S. Intelligence Community have said unequivocally that Putin’s Russia was involved in a conspiracy to effect the U.S. elections of 2016.
“You even released internal FBI memos and interview notes,” the senator told James Comey during an oversight hearing. “I may have missed this, but in my 42 years here I’ve never seen anything like that.”
In the debate over the Frenier-Hatch Davis recount, Rep. Kurt Wright posed a simple question: “Madam Speaker, I know we can do this, but the question is should we?” My mind suddenly wandered back to a plate of squishy, canned peas.
Democrats and Progressives in the Vermont Legislature are about to override a local election that was conducted correctly and lawfully by experienced town clerks and certified by a Vermont court.
News Release — Vermont Republican Party January 25, 2017 Contact: Dave Sunderland 802-483-3068, [email protected] Montpelier, VT – Nearly three months after the 2016 Election, Vermont Democrats and Progressives in the State House are actively seeking to unseat Rep. Robert Frenier (R) in favor of defeated former Progressive Party Rep. Susan Hatch Davis. The facts in […]
Far from sour grapes over a female candidate’s loss, the Women’s March on Washington is intended to reflect wider concerns.