On November 4, 2020

Incumbents mostly re-elected in contested house races in Rutland and Windsor Counties

Incumbent democrats lose two seats: Rutland-Bennington and Rutland-2

Addison-Rutland District (1 seat)

Benson, Orwell, Shoreham and Whiting

Ruth Bernstein (D)

Terry Norris (i) (Independent)

Richard Lenchus (Independent)

Rutland-Bennington District  (1 seat)

Middletown Springs, Pawlet, Rupert, Wells and that portion of the town of Tinmouth

• Sally Achey (R) — 1,417
• Robin Chesnut-Tangerman (i) (D/P) — 1,385

Rutland-1 District (1 seat)

Ira and Poultney

• Patricia McCoy (i)(R) — 1,283
• Tyler-Joseph Ballard (I) — 513

Rutland-2 District (2 seats)

Clarendon, Proctor, Wallingford, West Rutland and that portion of the town of Tinmouth

• Tom Burditt (i)(R) — 2,409
• Arthur Peterson (R) — 2,184
• Dave Potter (i) (D) — 2,139
• Ken Fredette (D) — 1,845

Rutland-3 District (2 seats)

Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton and West Haven

• William Canfield (i)(R) — 2,600
• Robert Helm (i)(R) — 2,203
• Robert Richards (D) — 1,668

Rutland-4 District  (1 seat)

Rutland Town

• Thomas Terenzini (i)(R) — 1,306
• Barbara Noyes Pulling (D) — 1,096

Rutland-5-3 District  (1 seat)

Rutland City

• Mary Howard (i)(D) — 806
• John Cioffi Jr. (R) — 639

Rutland-5-4 District  (1 seat)

Rutland City

• William Notte (i)(D )—1020
• Sherri Prouty (R) — 847

Rutland-6 District (2 seats)

Brandon, Pittsford and Sudbury

• Charles “Butch” Shaw (i) (D/R) — 2,803
• Stephanie Jerome (i)(D) — 2,112
• David Soulia (R) — 1,869

Windsor-Rutland District  (1 seat)

Bethel, Pittsfield, Rochester, and Stockbridge

• Kirk White (D/P) — 1,522
• Wayne Townsend (R) — 1,068

Windsor-1 District (2 seats)

Hartland, West Windsor and Windsor

• John Bartholomew (i)(D) — 2,735
• Elizabeth Burrows (D/P) — 2,148
• Jacob Holmes (R) — 1,452
• Wesley Raney (R) — 1,176
• John MacGovern (I) — 691

Windsor-2 District  (1 seat)

Cavendish and Weathersfield

• John Arrison(D) — 1,101
• Mike Kell (R) — 1,059
• Sean Whalen (I) — 309

Windsor-4-1 District  (1 seat)

Barnard, Pomfret, and that portion of Hartford

• Heather Surprenant (D/P) — 1,616
• Mark Donka (R) — 1,041

Windsor-4-2 District (2 seats)

Hartford (portion not located in Windsor-4-1)

• Kevin “Coach” Christie (i)(D) — 2,789
• Rebecca White (i)(D) — 2,698
• Alice Flanders (R) — 1,918
• Nicholas Bramlage (P) — 666

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