Four GOP candidates took to the stage at the Pasta and Politics dinner to discuss their platforms.
Today, Gerald Malloy of Perkinsville officially announced his candidacy as a Republican for the open U.S. Senate seat.
Democrats has been recruiting candidates to fill their bench with these usually sleepy, and often uncontested races for select board, school board, and other local offices.
Trying to staunch “misinformation”, the Vermont Secretary of State’s office has launched a webpage dedicated to election facts vs. myths.
Condos decries the Jan. 6 ‘insurrection’ and bemoans the fact that in many states, candidates doubting the legitimacy of the 2020 election are running for Secretary of State.
A lawyer and former Green Beret will be the keynote speaker at Concerned Vermonters’ election integrity gathering Saturday at noon in White River Junction.
Participation and enthusiasm at town GOP caucuses has picked up steam.
The board charged with recommending a new election district map to the Legislature is asking for YOUR opinion.
In the end, Burlington’s crime epidemic and rent serfdom weren’t enough to move Ward 3 voters from their loyalty to the Progressive Party.
Both Sen. Patrick Leahy and Secretary of State Jim Condos say voters should trust Congress to make the rules for state elections. Sen. Ted Cruz says the For The People Act proves just the opposite.