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Report Assesses Vermont's Environmental Health
Monday, 04/23/12
By Jane Lindholm
We like to think Vermont is "green" but when you look beyond the postcard image, how is Vermont’s environment really doing? The Agency of Natural Resources is resuming a tradition of an annual report on the state's leading environmental indicators.
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Candidates Hit The Trail In Rutland
Wednesday, 09/08/10
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.   
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Republican Criticism Targets Deb Markowitz
Wednesday, 07/21/10
By John Dillon
The five-way contest for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination took a partisan turn this week: Republicans are attacking Democrat Deb Markowitz. The criticism didn't come from another candidate for governor.
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Gubernatorial Candidate Deb Markowitz
Friday, 06/18/10
By Bob Kinzel
Secretary of State Deb Markowitz is one of five Democratic candidates for governor. We learn more about Markowitz's platform and her approach to key issues facing the state.
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Markowitz Wants Savings Plan For Business Start-Ups
Thursday, 06/17/10
By Ross Sneyd
Secretary of State Deb Markowitz says as governor, she'd create savings accounts that would help entrepreneurs launch businesses.
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Markowitz Says Vermont Yankee Should Close In 2012
Friday, 12/11/09
By Bob Kinzel
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Deb Markowitz says she supports a new state energy plan that would close down the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant in 2012.
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VT Edition: Deb Markowitz
Friday, 12/11/09
By Bob Kinzel
Secretary of State Deb Markowitz talks with VPR's Bob Kinzel about her 2010 gubernatorial run.
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Gov. Candidate Deb Markowitz
Friday, 12/11/09
By Bob Kinzel
Our series of interviews with candidates in the Democratic primary for governor continues with Secretary of State Deb Markowitz. Also, a recap and analysis of this week's top news stories.
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Debate Brews Over Moving Primary Date
Friday, 11/06/09
By John Dillon
There is a debate over whether to move up the date of next year's primary election.
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Dunne Becomes 4th Democratic Candidate For Governor
Tuesday, 11/03/09
By Ross Sneyd
Matt Dunne of Hartland became the fourth Democrat to enter the governor's race Tuesday.
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Progressives says Democrats need to support certain policies
Friday, 08/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
Progressive Party leaders say they'll endorse a Democratic candidate for governor next year if that candidate supports certain policies.
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19 towns share $85k to make voting easier
Wednesday, 06/10/09
Nineteen Vermont towns are sharing $85,000 in grants to make it easier for people with disabilities to vote.
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Douglas likely to run for re-election
Wednesday, 06/10/09
By Ross Sneyd
Governor Jim Douglas is likely to run for re-election. The governor says he's not ready to make a formal announcement. But in an appearance on VPR's Vermont Edition, he indicated he would be campaigning for a fifth term.
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Susan Bartlett says she’ll run for governor
Thursday, 06/04/09
By Ross Sneyd
State Senator Susan Bartlett of Lamoille County says she'll be joining the crowded field of Democrats who plan to run for governor.
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Senate weighs move to August primaries
Tuesday, 04/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
Vermont has one of the shortest periods of time between its primary election and the general election of any state in the country. That would change under legislation scheduled to be considered in the Vermont Senate this afternoon.
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Justice Department dismisses vote suit against Vt.
Tuesday, 02/24/09
The U.S. Justice Department says it has resolved a lawsuit against the state of Vermont for failing to report ballots sent to Vermonters serving in the military and overseas.
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Racine criticizes Douglas for campaign comments
Monday, 02/16/09
By John Dillon
Governor Jim Douglas has criticized Democrats for starting early on the 2010 campaign. But one of his potential opponents - Chittenden Senator Doug Racine - says Douglas is in constant campaign mode.
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Douglas says 2010 campaign starting too early
Friday, 02/13/09
By John Dillon
Governor Jim Douglas says it's too early to start the 2010 campaign. Chittenden Senator Doug Racine and Secretary of State Deb Markowitz are both exploring a run for governor.
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Markowitz files papers for possible campaign
Monday, 02/09/09
Secretary of State Deb Markowitz has moved a step closer to running for governor in 2010.
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New businesses decline in Vermont in 2008
Monday, 01/26/09
By Ross Sneyd
Far fewer businesses were started in Vermont last year and the year before as the economy began to slide into recession. State officials say the number of companies that folded was also up in 2008.
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Tough times show in Vt. business figures
Monday, 01/05/09
Vermont long has prided itself as an incubator of small businesses, but the current economy appears not to be helping that.
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Vermont's 3 electors to cast ballots today
Monday, 12/15/08
The state of Vermont is going to vote formally today to cast its ballots for President-elect Barack Obama.
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Election audit shows optical scan machines nearly accurate
Wednesday, 12/03/08
By Bob Kinzel
Under state law, the Secretary of State's office must randomly select four towns for the post- election audit.
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Vermont to audit election results in 4 towns
Tuesday, 12/02/08
The results of the races for governor and lieutenant governor from Barnet, Brattleboro, Rockingham and Stowe will be hand-counted today in Montpelier.
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Early voting sets a record
Wednesday, 11/12/08
By Bob Kinzel
There was a dramatic increase in the number of Vermont voters who used an early ballot for last week's election. But the state didn't set an all-time record for overall voter turnout.
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