Dunne unveils 8-point plan to strengthen ethical standards

Dunne said better oversight and stronger ethical rules might have prevented both the EB-5 scandal and McAllister’s alleged abuse of a Statehouse intern.

Scott reports income of $220,000, assets of more than $3 million

The bulk of the Republican gubernatorial candidate’s personal assets is tied up in his construction company. His 50 percent share is valued at $2.5 million. He valued his race car and parts at $50,000.

Dunne: Create an Ethics Commission for the Legislative and Executive Branches

News Release — Matt Dunne for Vermont April 19, 2016 Contact: Nick Charyk, Campaign Manager Email: [email protected] Phone: (802) 917 – 2012 White River Jct, VT – April 19, 2016: Gubernatorial candidate Matt Dunne is calling for the legislature to establish a strong ethics commission that covers both the legislative and executive branches. At his campaign […]

Gubernatorial candidates call for investigation into state’s role in EB-5 fraud case

Matt Dunne and Sue Minter on Monday called for the Shumlin administration to release emails relating to the Jay Peak EB-5 projects. Peter Galbraith called for an independent commission to investigate the state’s role in the alleged Jay Peak fraud.

Margolis: Candidates, hold the mush and start inspiring us

The five major-party candidates hoping to replace Gov. Peter Shumlin are all for a clean environment, good schools, economic growth and fiscal prudence. Big whoop.

Dunne: Let’s make right response to PFOA

As with many other aspects of civic life in Vermont, we need to improve transparency around water quality. We need to make it easy and affordable for private citizens to test their wells, and for municipalities to test pipes and infrastructure.

Norwich University Liberal Arts Program to Hold Town Hall Forum with Gubernatorial Candidate Matt Dunne

News Release — Norwich University March 21, 2016 Contact: Daphne Larkin 802-485-2886 or 595-3613(m) [email protected] Follow us on Twitter @NorwichNews NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University will hold a town hall style meeting on Thursday, March 24, with Democratic Candidate for Governor Matt Dunne, in Cabot 85 from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m., followed by a short […]

Candidates report big campaign hauls in Vermont governor’s race

The four leading candidates have each raised more than $400,000 for the race.

In Democratic gubernatorial race, differences largely in details

The main contrast came over the candidates’ resumes, with Sue Minter touting her state work and Matt Dunne highlighting his employment at Google.

Democratic candidates clash over corporate donations

Gubernatorial hopeful Matt Dunne says he is shunning them and thinks that should be a matter of state law. Sue Minter’s campaign pushes back.

Vermont Health Connect problems become 2016 campaign issue

Republican candidates for governor are calling to move to the federal health insurance exchange. Democrats won’t abandon it yet.

Margolis: The man of Phil Scott’s bad dreams

If almost three-quarters of the voters come to the polls in a Democratic mood Nov. 8, it will take an energetic and creative campaign to get enough of them to switch to a Republican candidate for governor.

Vermont Democratic Party, Dunne and Minter condemn Scott’s endorsement of Rubio

CONTACT: Christina Amestoy Vermont Democratic Party Communications Director (802) 448-4239 [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 26, 2016 Statement from VDP, Matt Dunne and Sue Minter on Phil Scott’s Endorsement of Marco Rubio Montpelier, VT “Today, the Vermont Democratic Party condemned the Republican Lt. Gov. Phil Scott for endorsing right-wing Senator Marco Rubio for President. His […]

Matt Dunne Response to VPR Poll

News Release — Matt Dunne for Governor Feb. 22, 2016 Contact: Ruth McBain, Communications Director Email: [email protected] Phone: (802) 478 – 0850 White River Junction, VT – February 22, 2016: Today a statewide poll was released by VPR which included questions on the Vermont governor’s race, issues facing Vermonters, and the upcoming Vermont presidential primary. […]