Gregory Thayer exploring run for lieutenant governor

Re: Thayer for VT. LT Governor Exploratory Cmte.
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Rutland — Gregory Thayer of Rutland is nearing the end of an exploratory process around the State discussing a run for Vermont’s to-be open lieutenant governor’s position.

Thayer, 58, is a lifelong resident of Rutland. He will work to reverse the Left’s destructive policies and growing size of government, and stop canceling Vermonters in many parts of life. Thayer said “I travel and talk to people all across the State professionally and with personal activity and people from various political spectrums are concerned and very unsettled with the direction that the Legislature has taken our State, and what is to come.” “I’m an excellent listener, and I’m hearing the people of Vermont.”

Thayer has raised four children here in Vermont, all of whom have attended Vermont schools as well as some local colleges. An accountant by education, he has an MBA-Accountancy/Finance from St. Joseph College. A former banker, and he currently works in the audit and tax industry. Thayer served on the Rutland City Council and various civic and non-profit boards in Rutland and the State. He has over 35 years political experience.

More recently, Thayer founded a statewide organization: “Vermonters for Vermont” Initiative. He has been hosting both Townhall Informationals on “Critical Race Theory” and “Americanism & Marxism Symposiums” in Vermont. He believes parent involvement is paramount in their children’s education with schools. Thayer continued: “we need to apply the breaks on these Marxist ideas, and get back to our U.S. and Vermont Constitutions.”

Thayer will finalize his decision by the end of this January.

3 thoughts on “Gregory Thayer exploring run for lieutenant governor

  1. This man sounds excellent.
    We are not going to solve a darned thing if the good people with the skills and the knowledge don’t rise up and run. And we all need to get them elected and help get what they are trying to do done.
    It appears we’ve forgotten how to run our own states.

    We gave the left the ball and went fishing.
    Look at where they ran with it.

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