Rep. Peter Welch voted Tuesday, Dec. 6 against a House resolution seeking presidential disclosure of information about U.S. Post Office covert internet surveillance of pro-life, pro-gun rights Americans.
GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Gerald Malloy appeared on the “Howie Carr Show” on Thursday and said the current leadership of the Democratic Party is “hijacked” by extremist elements.
On his show this week, “Next Revolution” show host Steve Hilton criticized U.S. Rep. Peter Welch for his investments and said military veteran Gerald Malloy could upset the incumbent congressman and help the GOP secure the U.S. Senate in November.
National radio host Howie Carr said his excitement for a nationwide red wave peaked after hearing the news that Vermont GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Gerald Malloy is polling just 6% behind outgoing U.S. House member Peter Welch, the Democrat nominee.
In an appearance on “The Morning Drive” radio show this week, the national committeeman for the Republican Party in Vermont predicted that low-profile GOP voters in the state will be part of a larger nationwide “red wave.”
This month, Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, Rep. Peter Welch, has received at least three pieces of bad campaign news: critical coverage of his stock trading on the front page of the New York Times, positive national news coverage of GOP darkhorse challenger Gerald Malloy, and a national poll showing Malloy just 6.5% behind him.
“Vermont has been losing dairy farms. In 2018 and 2019 Vermont lost about 140 dairy farms. U.S. Rep. Peter Welch has been unresponsive and out-of-touch when it comes to economic development for these constituents.”
A poll by a national public research group shows Peter Welch leading Gerald Malloy 49.7% – 43.2% in the race for the Vermont U.S. Senate seat held by retiring Patrick Leahy.
Peter Welch, Vermont’s Democrat nominee for U.S. Senate, said he supported this act because it targets the most wealthy tax evaders and helps struggling families and workers. But the data shows that in the past year a vast number of audits were conducted on taxpayers who earned $75,000 or less.
The resolution calls for “eliminating unnecessary governmental restrictions on the provision of, and access to, gender-affirming medical care and counseling for transgender and nonbinary adults, adolescents, and children.”
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.