Traffic around the event caused three exits on Interstate 89 to temporarily close.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott is set to repeat an inaugural oath spoken by 76 predecessors. But as his six living peers can attest, the address that follows is very much one’s own.
“She took extraordinary chances and saved many lives,” former Gov. Madeleine Kunin says of the onetime Green Mountain State resident, who died earlier this month.
The program would be funded similarly to unemployment insurance.
News Release — Vermont Women’s Fund October 18, 2016 Contact: Meg Smith Director The Vermont Women’s Fund [email protected] 802-388-3355 ext. 301 MIDDLEBURY, VT – Former governor Madeleine Kunin will be the keynote speaker at the Vermont Women’s Fund’s first benefit in the Upper Valley. The event will take place Tuesday, October 25th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. […]
What has changed for Hillary Clinton is that she has emblazoned the word “ambition” on her forehead by declaring that she wants to be president.
The presidential candidate who isn’t a Vermonter touts the support of “two former governors, the current governor, the current other senator” and others from the Green Mountain State.
News Release — Marlboro College Aug. 10, 2015 Contact: Matthew Barone at 802-251-7644 or [email protected] Marlboro College Celebrates 18th Graduate Commencement MARLBORO, VT – (August 10, 2015) – Former Governor Madeleine Kunin will be the commencement speaker for the 18th Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies commencement, taking place on Saturday, August 22. The event […]
News Release January 2, 2015 Media Contact: Benji Thurber 802-658-1888 [email protected] Winooski, VT—Mobius, Vermont’s Mentoring Partnership, is proud to announce former Vermont Governor Madeleine Kunin as its spokesperson for National Mentoring Month festivities in Vermont in January 2015. Throughout the month of January, Mobius, Kunin, and mentoring supporters throughout the state will work together to […]
Emerge VT will be joined by Senator Patrick Leahy and Congressman Peter Welch to honor Gov. Kunin in her 30th Anniversary of being elected Vermont’s first female Governor and to celebrate the 17 inaugural program graduates of the Emerge 2014 campaign training program.
Women are well represented in the state House of Representatives, but not at higher levels. Vermont has had only one female Governor, Madeleine Kunin, and has never sent a woman to Congress.
Let’s stop decrying family structure and begin focusing on good parenting.
Emerge Vermont, dedicated to increasing the number of Democratic women serving in elected and appointed office at all levels of government through a comprehensive 5-month campaign training program, will graduate 17 inaugural program members on Saturday, July 12th in Rutland.