A popular, pro-life former lieutenant governor has given his endorsement to Sen. Joe Benning as Vermont’s next governor-in-waiting.
Malloy trails Welch by less than 7 points in Senate race
The poll respondents were 57% Democrat and 30% Republican.
Campaign ‘22: Malloy-Welch debate / Colchester GOP to host BBQ / Candidate Night in Whitingham / LG write-in campaign
Republican candidates will gather in Colchester and Whitingham to meet likely voters. And supporters of Greg Thayer are mounting a write-in campaign for lieutenant governor.
GOP House candidate threatened
The Republican candidate for a key Vermont House district fears for her safety and the safety of others following a confrontation at the local transfer station.
Campaign `’22: Former Eagle Scout prepared to seek Montpelier House seat
A businessman, former Eagle Scout, and Cuban-American has become the fifth candidate for Montpelier’s two House seats.
With legislation for Central Bank for Digital Currencies on horizon, $1 million to Balint looms large
A huge battle is looming in Congress next session for the future of the digital economy. House candidate Becca Balint benefited from a huge campaign donation from a company with a strong interest in the battle’s outcome.
Convention of States draws attention at State Fair in Rutland
Political discontent is reaching a fever pitch, less so between parties and more now than ever between the people and their elected officials.
Biden student loan forgiveness would reduce Obamacare revenue, Redic says
The federal government applies some of the hefty interest it charges on federal student loans to ObamaCare subsidies, accountant and Libertarian House candidate Ericka Redic notes.
Sole House Dem to oppose Article 22 defeated in primary
The only Vermont House Democrat to oppose Prop 5/Article 22 ‘reproductive liberty’ Constitutional amendment was voted out in last week’s primary.
Correction: Decision to reopen sealed ballot bag not Chesnut-Tangerman’s
House candidate Robin Chesnut-Tangerman didn’t open sealed ballot bags in Middletown Springs in 2020, as incorrectly stated in a Vermont Daily Chronicle news story Tuesday. However, he was there when it happened and his questions led to them being opened, he said.