To the editor:
My fellow Vermonters, As I said to myself and others in recent weeks, regardless of outcome, I will continue in good faith to promote a better understanding as to what constitutes good government.
Since I recognize energy for what it can do to help mankind instead of how it is causing climate catastrophe, I would encourage factoring in our mastering ability. Putting profit before human flourishing has no place at the table. While an established goal in Vermont re: affordability along with infrastructure in advancing energy alternatives remains unclear, I wish you well in dealings with the willfully ignorant, defamers, fact-checkers, and/or various other three-letter-agencies; in advancing their objectives; in favoring those who clearly exhibit signs of malfeasance.
Article 22 has nothing to do with a woman’s right. It has everything to do with a Handmaid’s Tale.
In the end, We The People deserve accountability and transparency from our elected officials. With that said, I will continue my quest to promote that which upholds the general welfare as exemplified in the US Constitution. Thank-you for your vote!
Kathi Tarrant, candidate for the Vermont House of Representatives/Washington-Chittenden District
The author, a Republican and first-time candidate, received 1,048 votes, finishing third to incumbent Democrats Theresa Wood and Tom Stevens. The two-seat district covers Waterbury and smaller towns.