A report by the financial services website WalletHub has figured which states have the most and least restrictive COVID-19 restrictions on freedoms and the economy. Vermont has the most restrictions in the nation among states with the lowest death rates.
With Vermont facing a potential $400 million revenue shortfall resulting from Republican Gov. Phil Scott’s coronavirus shutdown orders, voters showed up at Tuesday’s primary election and gave the governor and most other incumbents a thumbs-up on their performance.
Incumbent Gov. Phil Scott trounced persistent challenger John Klar in Tuesday’s Republican primary election, but now Klar is pondering running as an independent in the Nov. 3 general election.
Vermont’s state prisons won’t be open to volunteers offering religious services anytime soon, Agency of Human Services Secretary Mike Smith said at Tuesday’s press conference.
Two Republican challengers have their sights set on two Democrat incumbents for the Lamoille-Washington House district, and outsider candidates this year appear to offer a clear contrast with the status quo in Montpelier.
Republican House candidates running for the Orange-1 House district have offered their views on the coronavirus lockdown, defunding the police, the Global Warming Solutions Act and mail-in elections ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
Judging by their public statements and actions, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Peter Welch seem either unaware or unopposed to the organized, violent rioting being waged nightly in Portland by Antifa and other leftists.
The card wasn’t forwarded by the U.S. Post Office — it was mailed directly from Vermont to Tennessee, former WVNY-22 news anchor Gary Wheelock reported on Facebook last week.
Gubernatorial candidate John Klar is alleging that Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan and staff engaged in “taxpayer supported collusion” with Planned Parenthood, including holding non-public strategy meetings.
Five Republican candidates for lieutenant governor went head-to-head in a Zoom online debate Thursday evening. The event was hosted by the Lamoille County Republican Committee.
Eight new candidates for office were announced from the steps of the Vermont State House on Thursday morning. The group was presented by Republican gubernatorial candidate John Klar.