For the third year in a row, the right to keep and bear arms will be first on the chopping block. Those who have been around a while will remain unsurprised by this approach; it seems the government in this state attempts to solve all problems through the expropriation of individual decision making.
Chittenden County’s six incumbent senators have occupied the Vermont Senate for a combined 45 years, but a group of energized voters plans to send at least three of them packing and replace them with fresh faces.
With six Senate seats and at least 10 candidates running for office this election season, the Chittenden County races will be on everyone’s radar during the primaries and general election.
In a year in which Vermont lawmakers passed controversial new gun regulations, all eyes are now on the electorate — and the electorate’s eyes are on the new Gun Owners of Vermont scorecard, which ranks candidates based on their loyalty to the Second Amendment.
True North Reports takes you inside the Vermont pro-2A/Article 16 movement, which is mobilizing to unseat the governor and those legislators responsible for recent passage of controversial gun-control legislation.
In back-to-back weekend rallies, Vermonters saw Second Amendment advocates defend constitutional liberty and hand out gun magazines, and they watched protesters at March for Our Lives demand gun control. TNR was there to capture the action on video.
A gun control-themed documentary film event was canceled abruptly Wednesday after organizers learned that members of the gun rights group Gun Owners of Vermont planned to attend.