On video: Brock concedes gubernatorial race to Shumlin

In a brief speech to well-wishers, Republican gubernatorial candidate Randy Brock called his defeat “the final chapter in the greatest experience I’ve had in my entire life.” He wished Shumlin success as governor, a role he described as an “important and august responsibility.”

“This was a campaign in which we talked about issues, was a campaign in which the dialogue remained civil, as it should be,” Brock said, adding: “I intend to continue to become involved, or remain involved, in public policy in Vermont.”

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