The Republican candidate for lieutenant governor called his platform, which includes roughly 60 proposals, a ‘blueprint’ for making the state ‘a better place to live.’
Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman continues to outraise Gov. Phil Scott, while Assistant Attorney General Molly Gray has kept her fundraising lead over Republican Scott Milne.
Given the choice between a straight white man versus a lesbian in recovery, and a white woman with family connections to influential Vermonters versus a woman of color originally from another state, perhaps we should not be surprised at whom the press picked as the focus of their coverage, and who came in first versus who came in last.
Molly Gray, the Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor, and legislative leaders called on voters Monday to support female Democratic candidates in the general election.
Scott said he will raise money and hire campaign staff ahead of the general election. Milne attacked Gray over her voting history.
Political watchers say the first-time candidate ran one of the most impressive statewide campaigns in years. She beat the outgoing Senate leader, Tim Ashe, by 11 percentage points, for the Democratic nomination.
In Tuesday’s primaries, the verdict on the power of money and television advertising turned out to be mixed.
Gray, making her first run for public office, defeated Senate President Pro Tem Tim Ashe and 2 others to capture the Democratic nomination. Travel executive Milne topped Meg Hansen and 3 others on the GOP side.
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One Republican hasn’t ruled out the possibility to take Molly Gray to court over whether she meets the residency requirement for the lieutenant governor race.
Sen. President Pro Tem Tim Ashe and activist Brenda Siegel have been splitting the support on the progressive left in a race where endorsements could make a difference.
Incumbent Gov. Phil Scott and candidate for the GOP lieutenant governor nomination Scott Milne lead in fundraising among Republicans.
After Senate leader Tim Ashe criticized Molly Gray for funding her lieutenant governor’s bid with money from the ‘political and donor elite,’ the Gray campaign said Ashe is taking money from out-of-state Republican donors.
It’s time to think of the internet as the modern-day equivalent of electricity.