As reported on social media by several Vermont Republican candidates, the Vermont Republican Party this weekend approved a statement in opposition to racism.
Veterans of decades of political campaigns stood side by side young women and teenagers wishing to build on their progress at the VT GOP Suffrage Centennial Saturday Sept. 12. Vermont Republican Party Chair Deb Billado told them, “We’ve come a long way, baby, but we have a lot to do.”
In 12 states, more than half of state legislative seats are guaranteed to one of the two major parties in the 2020 elections, according to Ballotpedia’s 10th Annual State Legislative Competitiveness Report.
The Vermont Republican Party is joining with the Vermont Women’s Coalition on Saturday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the right of women to vote in the United States.
If filmmaker Woody Allen was right in 1989 when he said “80% of success is showing up,” then the Vermont Republican Party has taken a first successful step to improving on the six seats it now holds in the 30-seat Vermont Senate.
While the ceremonial part of the convention will not occur, this part of the process is particularly important for the nomination of President Trump and Vice President Pence and is our priority and duty to America.
We must start right now to show our support for our police officers. We should treat them with respect, teach that to our children, tell them we care about them, pray for them and back them up when and how we can.
In the 24th episode of “Travels With Charlie — Vermont Politics in Real Life,” host Charlie Papillo discusses campaigning with Republican Party Chair Deb Billado and Democratic Party Executive Director Scott McNeil.
While Vermonters were waiting in hours long lines to get military surplus MREs in order to feed their families, Democrats were focused on passing the Global Warming Solutions Act, with the objective of tamping down any economic activity that uses fossil fuels.
There was a time when Democrats worked with Republicans and did so for the good of the people because those in both parties loved America and would not do anything to harm her. Today there are too many Democrats who will do anything to maintain their power and control over the people.
It is with great disappointment, but little surprise that we have learned of the VT Democratic Party’s Executive Director’s plan to blatantly mischaracterize the VT Republican Party’s position on expanding voting access during the pandemic.