On May 8, 2024

Lieutenant Governor David Zuckermanannounces bid for re-election

Dear Editor,

With 24 years of public service experience, I’m not done fighting for Vermonters, which is why I’m seeking re-election in 2024. I will use this campaign as an opportunity to discuss key issues with folks impacted by the state’s most difficult challenges.

This is a critical moment for our state. Vermont is becoming less affordable for working families. We face a housing crisis, a climate emergency, and rising regressive property taxes that are crushing working class people. As Vermonters suffer, our healthcare system costs continue to rise at unsustainable rates. In the face of continued threats to our democracy, we must come together.

We need leadership that works with our communities to find solutions and that is what I have been doing in Montpelier as a state representative, state senator, and as your lieutenant governor.

I’ve been in this struggle for a long time, and I’m dedicated to building a Vermont where everyone can thrive. I ask for your support so we can do that together.

David Zuckerman, Hinesburg

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