As much as Republicans support the concept of local control, we cannot allow local municipalities to violate the constitution. We take our oaths of office seriously.
While 64% of white Vermonters in Chittenden County owned their home, the same is true for only 17% of Black Vermonters. It’s easy to write these off as symptoms of nonsystemic factors, but doing so would ignore a significant amount of the history of homeownership.
In a year with record funds flowing into Vermont, you would think we could offer this modest tax relief to our veterans — and their families — who have already sacrificed so much for our nation and our state. Yet, the Montpelier Majority won’t allow it.
Vermonters have always been a tolerant and “live and let live” bunch, but the left has decided Vermonters — except themselves — are ignorant, childish, and in need of care and supervision.
Is this building back better? To modify a quote from President Reagan, are you better off than you were six months ago? Is life more affordable? Do you feel safer?
While Republicans have struggled to get traction on school choice measures in Montpelier, we are starting to see success for our principles working themselves out on the local level. Elizabeth Cady ran for school board in the town of Essex and won running on a platform of supporting school choice.
What do the three states with the highest COVID-19 cases per capita over the last week have in common? None of them are governed by Republicans. What do the three states with the lowest unemployment rates have in common? None of them are governed by Democrats.
The Vermont Republican Party calls on all legislators of all parties to formally and loudly reject this proposal. At our most recent State Committee Meeting a resolution opposing this new tax was passed unanimously.
Turning Point USA media figure Isabel Brown appeared at the Capitol Plaza on Thursday evening and spoke to young Vermonters about how to stand up to aggressive tactics coming from the political left.
Conservatives must lead Vermont in initiatives supporting regenerative agriculture and small, local farms. This is an imperative to benefit Vermont’s economy, craft a sensible environmental policy to present to voters, and expose the multiple problems with progressive “initiatives” in renewable energy.
There have been public calls for him to leave the party he’s belonged to his whole political life. And the man elected senator, lieutenant governor, and governor as a Republican seems to be thinking about it.
The chair of the Vermont Republican Party says she will not resign or sign a resolution calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump, but instead will remain aligned with the almost 113,000 Vermont voters who cast ballots for the former president.