With tag: brian_dubie
Dubie Retires From Air Force
Former lieutenant governor and gubernatorial
candidate Brian Dubie is retiring from the United States Air Force after 35
years of service.
Developer Drops Suit Against Dubie
Governor Brian Dubie and the manager of his campaign for governor have
apologized to a renewable energy developer.
Paper's Survey Remains Controversial
By John Dillon
weekly newspaper's informal survey of 30 people around the Statehouse continues
to play a controversial role in Vermont's gubernatorial campaign. In
another advertisement out this week, Republican candidate Brian Dubie cites the
survey to question the character of his Democratic opponent Peter Shumlin.
Women Voters Favor Shumlin
By Melody Bodette
of the key constituencies is women. And the VPR Vermont Poll showed that Dubie is lagging.
The poll says 51 percent of women surveyed chose Peter Shumlin and 39 percent
Candidates Differ On Parental Notification
By Bob Kinzel
Vermont's leading gubernatorial candidates have very
different positions on legislation that would require parents to be notified if
their minor daughter is seeking an abortion.
Candidates Hit The Trail In Rutland
By Nina Keck
The Governor's race has
already heated up despite the start of the statewide recount today. Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie spent the last 26
hours visiting 10 counties in the state.
Meanwhile the democrats are continuing their five candidate unity tour.
Dubie Visits With George W. Bush
By John Dillon
the five Democratic candidates for governor have been scrambling for votes
these past few weeks, Republican candidate Brian Dubie managed to get away to
the Adirondacks on a recent weekend where he met former President
George W. Bush.
Gubernatorial Candidate Brian Dubie
By Jane Lindholm
Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie is our guest as we conclude our series of interviews with major
party candidates for governor. Also, Rockingham's last dairy farm closes its operations. And in Summer School, we learn how to climb a tree -- the professional's way.
Dubie Supports Expanded School Choice
By Ross Sneyd
Governor Brian Dubie says if he's elected governor, he'd like to see greater
use of school choice. And
Dubie says families should be permitted to use public tax money to pay for an
education at a religious school.