Competitive races include Vermont’s first open congressional seat in 16 years, three open statewide offices and a range of legislative contests.
While the president-elect is no doubt grateful for how energetically the Vermont senator supported him, he also understands that he got nominated because he is not Bernie Sanders.
Pete Buttigieg thinks he can get three, Elizabeth Warren is hopeful for one or two and Mike Bloomberg knows any is a longshot.
The Democratic presidential candidate will appear at the Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction on Town Meeting night.
There’s a simple reason for New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary, and it’s the reason that most things become law in New Hampshire: money.
Civic duty, political passions and whims brought Vermonters to the primary voting booths Tuesday. Busy schedules, lack of awareness and disenchantment kept others away.
Only one of 13 Senate districts and 10 of 106 House districts will hold primary elections on Aug. 26.
The most significant error discovered through the recount came via a typo made by an elections official in the Secretary of State’s office, who mistakenly typed 58 – instead of the actual 5 – votes for Smith.
The primary raise several interesting questions: Why is it so hard to count votes accurately in Vermont? Why did Abbott bother to run if she was going to endorse Shumlin all along?
Romney's three-day debate prep in Reading will include a back and forth with Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, who played Obama in 2008 rehearsals.
Unlike so much of the rest of the country, Vermont is neither anti-establishment nor anti-incumbent. Established incumbents usually win here.
"We might be struggling to get 8 percent to 10 percent at this point," Condos said. "Now I'm worried about getting 30,000 voters or less."
Vermont voters overwhelmingly approved a Constitutional Amendment to allow seventeen year olds who will turn eighteen on or before the day of the November General Election to participate in the Presidential Primary and the August Primary for the year that the voter will be eighteen by the General Election.
Could there be a way around the cumbersome and expensive primary process, while leaving in place the non-partisan voter registration that seems to suit the independent Vermont voter?