Gibbs endorsed by St. Albans Messenger, Brattleboro Reformer, Home Builders

Emerson Lynn: "Mr. Condos, 59, says he harbors no other political aspirations, that this is the job he wants. He's settled. This is how he coasts into his golden years. Mr. Gibbs, 34, can't sit still long enough to ponder retirement. He has the energy. And he has the ambition. He understands the value of change. We don't need caretakers in any government position. What we need are leaders who challenge the status quo."

Scott endorsed by Cal-Rec, St. Albans Messenger

"Mr. Scott is an antidote to what ails our political system," editor Emerson Lynn wrote. "He is a self-made man, who champions the need for self-reliance. At a time when partisanship is in ascendancy, he has the personality that allows him to work on both sides of the aisle. He can't be badgered into following the political crowd."

Bray wins five endorsements from Vermont newspapers

For Immediate Release August 20, 2010 Bray Wins Record Five Endorsements Consensus Emerges as Bray Becomes Democratic Frontrunner (New Haven) In a single day this week, State Representative Chris Bray emerged from the field of all candidates running for Lieutenant Governor to become its frontrunner. Bray has now received endorsements from papers around the state, […]

St. Albans Messenger endorses Scott for lite gov

August 20, 2010 St. Albans Messenger Endorses Phil Scott Montpelier, VT - Yesterday, one of Vermont's most respected newspapers, the St. Albans Messenger, endorsed Senator Phil Scott for Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor. The editorial stated: In the Republican primary for Lieutenant Governor the choice is between Phil Scott and Mark Snelling. Mr. Snelling comes […]