Vermont Republican Party Executive Director Jeff Bartley said “there is no room” in the party for someone who engages in such conduct.
For Immediate Release October 19, 2016 Contact: Jeff Bartley 802-223-3411, [email protected] COMPLAINT FILED FOR ILLEGAL COORDINATION BY MINTER CAMPAIGN AND PAC Vermont Republican Party Submits Formal Complaint for Violation of Vermont Campaign Finance Law Montpelier, Vt. — The Vermont Republican Party has filed a formal complaint with Attorney General Sorrell for violation of Vermont campaign […]
“We have six senators and I do not believe any of them represent the majority of people in this community.”
CONTACT: Christina Amestoy, VDP Communications Director (802) 448-4239 [email protected] In Open Letter, Vermont Women Call on VTGOP to Denounce Recent Statements Defending Trump’s 2005 Comments October 15, 2016 To the Vermont Republican Party and its candidates, Donald Trump’s recently aired 2005 comments about forcing himself on women are disgusting and unacceptable. Period. They are unacceptable […]
The Republican presidential candidate is coming to Burlington on Thursday evening.
Donald Trump, a Republican candidate for president, has booked the main stage at the Flynn Center for the Arts in Burlington Thursday evening. The free campaign event starts at 7 p.m. John Killacky, executive director of the Flynn, says Trump contacted the nonprofit group on Wednesday to reserve the stage. Trump is paying the commercial […]
The time has come again for Vermont Republicans to speak out against a demagogue.
Lt. Gov. Phil Scott has added his voice to the criticism of a proposal to tax carbon emissions.
The fundraiser appears to be aimed chiefly at bolstering the campaign coffers of the state party, which is struggling to raise money.
Democrats have five times as much cash as Republicans as they head into 2016.
Several Vermont Republican leaders described Kasich, 63, as more level-headed than others in the Republican field and praised his budget-balancing skills and compassionate approach to social problems. His presidential campaign web site posted a Chicago Tribune editorial on Tuesday that called Kasich “The Anti-Trump.”
“My views are much more aligned with what the GOP is doing now in its platform,” said Feliciano, noting that he is eyeing another run in 2016.
GOP lawmakers criticize Shumlin for failing to address property taxes and health care in the first speech of his third term.
This year the fault lines are difficult to see in advance. With more Republicans in the Statehouse and a post-election sense that the electorate put many Democrats who won on probation, there could be a number of divided votes in both the House and Senate chambers.