After a spate of cancellations, inns and B&Bs want the state to make clear that people can still visit Vermont.
Neighbors say they feel unheard. Vermont officials say they’re following protocol. What is the state’s role?
Some Democrats say they would support permanently expanding the vote-by-mail system. Others say the move could be prohibitively expensive.
Democrats and Progressives are short one seat for a veto-proof majority.
While the president-elect is no doubt grateful for how energetically the Vermont senator supported him, he also understands that he got nominated because he is not Bernie Sanders.
Scott also said Friday the state should consider sending ballots to every home for Town Meeting Day in March.
“The president disrespected every single American who figured out a way to safely vote amidst the pandemic,” the Republican governor said Friday.
The governor’s overwhelming margin of victory also points up the fact that Zuckerman is not, first and foremost, a Democrat.
Scott, a Republican, was declared the winner over Zuckerman, a Progressive Democrat, according to the Associated Press.
While Covid-19 has changed the way candidates have attempted to reach voters, it is also changing how campaigns will watch as results come in Tuesday.
When it comes to campaign cash, Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman leads Gov. Phil Scott in the gubernatorial race, while Scott Milne leads Molly Gray in the lieutenant governor’s race — with help from his own money.
The governor blamed a perceived lack of action on a lack of evidence of criminality, challenging reporters to provide additional information that could support legal action.
The part-time Vermonter was remembered for his philanthropy and advocacy for spinal cord injury research after an injury in his first collegiate hockey game left him paralyzed from the neck down. He died Thursday in Vermont.
As the voting deadline approaches, VTDigger has broken down where the two major party candidates for governor and lieutenant governor stand on some of the most important issues in the state.