The General Assembly must redraw its boundaries every 10 years, after the new U.S. census is published, to ensure compliance with the one-person, one-vote principle.
Brian Savage, a Republican, said he resigned from his House seat on Tuesday to focus on a new role in the town government.
The proposed changes could end up pitting the Champlain Islands’ two state representatives, who are related, against each other for the same seat.
A statewide redistricting proposal that is before local cities and towns for comment would knock out three House incumbents from Burlington and add three open seats.
See the latest status of roughly 30 key bills at a glance during the fast-moving final days of the legislative session.
Legislation has been introduced in the Vermont House of Representatives that would prohibit an individual from running for more than one office at a time.
The bill would overhaul the pension system’s governing board and establish a task force to come up with proposals to address its growing debt.
Joey Donovan, a longtime Burlington representative, and one-termer Nader Hashim of Dummerston, made their announcements Monday.
Forty new House members were elected in November—a number which hasn’t been matched since 1992.
Avram Patt, a Democrat who lost his House seat in 2016, will return to Montpelier after defeating incumbent Republican Gary Nolan.
News Release — Mari Cordes June 19, 2018 CONTACT: Kate Bailey 603-494-5136 [email protected] LINCOLN, VT — Mari Cordes, Democratic candidate for the Vermont House in Addison-4, has received endorsements from several individuals and organizations, including David Zuckerman, Bill McKibben, the VSEA, and Rights & Democracy. “I’ve dedicated my life to the causes these people and […]
Milne, who worked in the Statehouse for more than half a century, had “a front row seat” to the major political events of that time, his son Scott Milne recalled Monday.
According to the October 1st campaign filing report, Paul Dame a Republican candidate for House in Essex Junction raised 100% of his large donor support from residents in his own district.
Vision to Action Vermont is pleased to announce its endorsement of Corey Parent, Republican candidate for the Vermont House from St. Albans.