A social-liberal logger from Stowe and an Addison County retired nurse opposing transgender legislation both must defeat Democratic opponents to win House seats this year.
New GOP faces seek seats in Legislature
A rocket scientist, a farmer, and a business owner with six children are among the first-time candidates seeking Republican seats in the Vermont Legislature.
House candidate called ‘traitor’ by Democratic Party says goal is intimidating young voters
I speak to a lot of young people. And they are scared. They don’t want to speak out. Because they are scared of a backlash.
Wilton: Strong GOP support for Redic
66 Republican state and local leaders and activists (so far) have signed a letter supporting Libertarian Party nominee Ericka Redic as their preferred candidate for Congress over Democrat Becca Balint or GOP nominee Liam Madden.
Lefavour vies to be Vermont’s first Libertarian state senator
A Middlesex engineer and farmer wants to become Vermont’s first Libertarian state senator.
GOP candidate for Attorney General wants tighter bail, backs qualified immunity
An integral part of the plan must bringing back a bail system that works, to make it clear to “would be” criminals they will be held to account.
Welch stock trading makes front page of New York Times, as challenger Malloy closes gap
On October 25, Peter Welch learned the deadline for reporting his wife’s sale of Exxon stock was November 1. On October 28 he grilled the Exxon CEO about his credibility. On November 9 – eight days after the legal deadline – he reported the sale.
Campaign ’22: Bean bags guv endorsements / Redic bashes Balint spending record / Balint lauds role in GWSA
I’ve got to say, if someone told me a year ago that I would be running a campaign like this, I would not have believed them. I am so grateful for the support I have received from not only these guys, but from people all across the county,” Bean said.
Campaign `22: Big debates tonight, tomorrow
Candidates for statewide office will debate tonight online and tomorrow in person.
“Mr. Carbon Tax”: GOP challenger attacks incumbent Dem’s climate voting record
For four years, St. Johnsbury Rep. Scott Campbell (D) has voted to make gasoline and heating fuel more expensive. Now his Republican challenger is reminding voters.