Today at a public event in Battery Park, Christina Nolan, GOP candidate for the United States Senate, received the endorsement of both the Burlington Police Officers’ Association and the South Burlington Police Officers’ Association.
Misrepresenting what the draft says is incredibly dishonest and inflammatory. The draft’s stated decision does not make abortion illegal; it says that it isn’t up to judges to decide but rather elected legislators in each state.
Appearing on “The Morning Drive” radio show with Kurt Wright and Anthony Neri on Wednesday, former United States Attorney Christina Nolan, a candidate for U.S. Senate, blasted her opponent Peter Welch for being soft on crime.
Welch has become the congressman from Washington, D.C. He has abandoned the liberal values he held so many years ago, and has abandoned the legacy of independence for which Vermont congressional representatives were justly famous.
“Even as crime rises, some politicians continue to demonize and belittle law enforcement rather than support and stand by those who put their lives on the line every day.”
The politically savvy Kurt Wright asked the question on many minds: “What you will hear from your opponent over and over is, ‘Do we want to turn this seat over to any Republican, which could potentially turn the U.S. Senate over to Mitch McConnell?’”
U.S. Rep. Peter Welch announced on his Facebook page he is running for Leahy’s seat, stating, “The Senate hangs in the balance and the whole country will be looking to Vermont. We’re ready. We’re ready to fight and win the Senate seat.”
Vermont Democratic Rep. Peter Welch announced that he would forgo reelection and instead launch a bid to succeed Sen. Patrick Leahy on Monday.
Democrats control the US House, the US Senate and the Presidency. And Peter Welch is concerned about our “imperiled Democracy.” If our Democracy is imperiled, I think it begs the questions whose leadership brought us there?
Vermont U.S. Rep. Peter Welch visited Burlington High School’s temporary downtown campus on Monday to discuss the $1.75 trillion social spending bill before Congress and the proposed $1 trillion infrastructure bill.
Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., has joined a group of lawmakers from both parties in calling on the Biden administration to rescue thousands of Afghans who helped the U.S. military and may be left in danger if American soldiers leave too abruptly.
All but two votes cast thus far in the 2021-22 session by Rep. Peter Welch, D-Vt., have addressed the removal of office and/or impeachment of President Donald Trump, according to a review of the Vermont congressman’s voting record.