Holcombe wants to continue to expand the state’s all-payer health care system, while Zuckerman wants to move in the direction of a single-payer model.
While most candidates support safe protocols for reopening, one has come out to say Vermont hasn’t done enough to safely, and equitably, reopen its schools.
Four candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor faced off in a debate Tuesday.
Scott Milne, a Republican running for lieutenant governor, reported making more than $2 million in 2018, primarily through cryptocurrency gains.
There was an absence of political attacks among the three candidates, except for that targeted at Republican Gov. Phil Scott.
The challenges to campaigning will give incumbents like Gov. Scott an advantage.
While the vaccination issue dominated the virtual Democratic debate, hopefuls David Zuckerman, Rebecca Holcombe and Patrick Winburn were united in the desire to beat Gov. Phil Scott in the fall.
Scott was already well positioned to win a third term in November. Has his leadership during the coronavirus crisis made his chances even stronger?
Holcombe has brought in $378,000 since July and is ahead of her Democratic opponents and Gov. Scott.
Patrick Winburn, a personal injury lawyer, is the third Democrat to enter the race for governor. He’s spending big out of the gates.