A Waterbury man who police said stopped the flow of traffic on Interstate 89 on Saturday is facing a charge of disorderly conduct. Vermont State Police said William Minter, the brother of Democratic Party candidate for governor Sue Minter, parked his car on the side of the interstate in Montpelier in an attempt to get […]
Eighty-six percent of the $11 million spent in the election on media went to companies outside of Vermont, many of which are based in the Washington, D.C., area.
Gov.-elect Phil Scott’s campaign spent less than Sue Minter’s did. His support from his party’s national governors association was higher, but she benefited from spending by other PACs.
The incoming president pro tem wants to focus on reducing poverty and getting rid of wasteful spending in the Vermont medical industry. Sen. Tim Ashe replaces outgoing Sen. John Campbell in the leadership post.
Politicos say Minter didn’t connect with small town Vermont.
Scott said he was not completely surprised by the election of Donald Trump as president and vowed to work with him.
In the end, nothing mattered. Not Donald Trump, not campaign tactics, not momentum, not the newspapers. Phil Scott was just going to be Vermont’s next governor. Vermonters were ready for something different.
In all, independent expenditures for Republican Phil Scott and Democrat Sue Minter have exceeded $5.3 million.
Minter congratulated Scott and said she had no regrets.
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Sue Minter has big national names behind her, starting with the president. Her opponent’s champions are mostly in-state but include independents, Democrats and Progressives.
News Release — Sue Minter for Vermont Sunday, November 6, 2016 Contact: Elliott Bent, [email protected], 802.552.0186 Warren: “Sue will stand up for Vermont’s middle class” Waterbury, VT – Today, Senator Elizabeth Warren endorsed Sue Minter’s campaign for Vermont governor, highlighting Minter’s plans to build an economy that creates livable wage jobs, grows small businesses and […]
After an exhausting and expensive yearlong contest, the contest between Republican Phil Scott and Democrat Sue Minter goes down to the wire.
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