Tag Archives: Candidate

State News
August 10, 2018

Fredette tries again for Rutland-2

By Stephen Seitz

WALLINGFORD—Democrat Ken Fredette is one if the three candidates vying for the two seats in the Rutland 2 legislative district, comprising Clarendon, Proctor, Tinmouth, Wallingford and West Rutland. The other two are incumbent Democrat Dave Potter and incumbent Republican Tom Burditt.

“I…

Hallquist promises progressive innovation
Featured
August 8, 2018

Hallquist promises progressive innovation

By Xander Landen/VTDigger

In 2005, when Christine Hallquist was named CEO of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, the utility was veering toward bankruptcy. It led the state in the number of power outages, a dubious distinction. Its rates were among the highest in Vermont. The Public…

Local News
May 30, 2018

Harrison announces candidacy for re-election

Staff report

Rep. Jim Harrison, reprsenting Chittenden, Bridgewater, Killington and Mendon, announced his candidacy for the Rutland-Windsor-1 district.

Harrison, 65, was appointed to the Legislature by Gov. Phil Scott last April to fill the uncompleted term of former Rep. Job Tate,…

Letter
March 1, 2017

Lisa Ryan introduces self as candidate for Alderman

Dear Editor,

My name is Lisa Ryan and I am running for the Board of Aldermen in Rutland City. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Temple University and master’s degree in mediation and applied conflict studies from Champlain College. I am 27 years…

Milne appeals to voters for changes
Featured
October 30, 2014

Milne appeals to voters for changes

By John Flowers As the CEO of Milne Travel, Republican Scott Milne has sent many people to exotic locations throughout the world. The North Pomfret resident is now hoping to book a destination of his own: Montpelier, where he hopes to serve as Vermont’s governor….