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.
The Democrats have no problem with the thought of robbing the survival fund presented to Vermont so they can pay for the pension funding crisis they created and other failed policies. They must get their house in order by cutting spending and governing from a fiscally responsible posture.
Meg has a medical degree, health policy expertise, and a long record of healthcare service. She also owns a small business.
Vermont Democrat/Progressives are not failing to use COVID-19 as an opportunity to slip some very detrimental bills through this year’s session of the Vermont Legislature. That is what is happening right now with the so-called Global Warming Solutions Act.
On Monday, the Vermont Republican Party highlighted the 2020 Republican candidates for public office in Vermont who will be on the Republican primary ballot, noting significant trends favoring a Republican wave in the state.
While one more political organization issuing a statement might not be what we need right now, the silence of the VT Republican Party would be even more inappropriate.
The number of candidates for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor rose to five with the surprise announcement of Scott Milne of Pomfret.
Vermont GOP candidates for office may have an opportunity to promote their fiscally conservative messages as businesses and personal freedoms continue to be suppressed during the ongoing coronavirus shutdown.
A candidate swap has taken place among Republicans seeking to become Vermont state treasurer — H. Brooke Paige is no longer running for the office, and Carolyn Branagan, a former state senator for the Franklin district, is preparing to run.
Ten new candidates for Vermont’s House and Senate were introduced Wednesday by Republican gubernatorial candidate John Klar from the steps of the state Capitol.