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In Defeat For Secretary of State, Senate Nixes Early August Primary
Wednesday, 04/10/13
By John Dillon
The Vermont Senate has overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to move the state's primary elections to early August. The early date was supported by Secretary of State Jim Condos, who said he needed more time between the primary and the general election to meet federal deadlines to get ballots to overseas voters.
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Louras Says Rutland Looking At Long Game
Wednesday, 03/06/13
By Mitch Wertlieb
In Rutland there was a close race for mayor. City Alderman David Allaire challenged the incumbent Christoper Louras. But in the end Louras prevailed, with a 400 plus vote margin of victory. Mayor Louras speaks with VPR's Mitch Wertlieb.
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Louras Defeats Allaire For Rutland Mayor
Wednesday, 03/06/13
By Nina Keck
In Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras won re-election - beating challenger David Allaire by a little more than 400 votes.  
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In Rutland, Mayor Louras Faces Challenge From Allaire
Monday, 03/04/13
By Nina Keck
Rutland Mayor Christopher Louras faces stiff opposition from well-known challenger for the city's top job. While the campaign has been relatively quiet, public safety and the city's drug problem have emerged as a top issues in a race that will be decided on Town Meeting Day.
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Kunin: Words Matter
Wednesday, 01/30/13
By Madeleine M. Kunin
Madeleine Kunin hopes that President Obama's recent inaugural address will inspire Americans to keep working toward a better future for all.
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Moats: Whitman's America Today
Friday, 01/25/13
By David Moats
David Moats has recently been on a  journey through America - that all came together for him in Washington this week - at the inauguration.
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Dunsmore: Israeli Elections
Friday, 01/25/13
By Barrie Dunsmore
This week's Israeli election did not exactly meet expectations and has created considerable uncertainty about the future direction of the country. Veteran ABC News foreign correspondent Barrie Dunsmore has been examining possible consequences of the vote.
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Group Says Vt. Needs To Update Campaign Finance Laws
Tuesday, 11/20/12
By Ross Sneyd
A group of left-leaning political activists say the Legislature needs to shed light on the operations of "super PACs" well before the next election.
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Newscast: Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 5:50 p.m.
Tuesday, 11/20/12
By Neal Charnoff
Newscast: Tuesday, November 20,  2012, 5:50 p.m.
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Handful Of Incumbents Lose House Seats
Wednesday, 11/07/12
By Ross Sneyd
A handful of incumbents have lost their bids for re-election to the Vermont House.
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Exit Poll Shows Economy Still The Top Concern For Vermonters
Tuesday, 11/06/12
About half of Vermont's voters said the economy is the most important issue facing the country.
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Vermont Voters Say They're Relieved Election Day Is Here
Tuesday, 11/06/12
By Ross Sneyd
There's almost a sense of relief around Vermont that Election Day is finally here.
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After The Counting: An Election Recap
Wednesday, 11/07/12
By Jane Lindholm
Treasurer Beth Pearce and her opponent Wendy Wilton, Auditor-elect Doug Hoffer and Vince Illuzzi, House Speaker Shap Smith and Attorney General Bill Sorrell reflect on their races and look at what's ahead. And VPR's Ross Sneyd and Valley News Editor John Gregg provide analysis of the Vermont and New Hampshire races.
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Towns Debate Use of Public Roads by ATV’s
Monday, 11/05/12
By Charlotte Albright
For many recreational riders of all terrain vehicles, the season is winding down. But a controversy is revving up in Barnet, among other towns, about whether to continue to let ATVs use some town roads.
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Vermont Edition
Getting To Know The Presidency
Tuesday, 11/06/12
By Jane Lindholm
Historian and Author Kenneth C. Davis discusses the Presidency and the accomplishments of the two Vermont-born Presidents and Secretary of State Jim Condos provides an update on traffic at the polls.
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Condos Says Absentee Ballots May Delay Election Results
Saturday, 11/03/12
By Kirk Carapezza
There's just one day to go before voters in Vermont head to the polls, but we may not know the outcome of some very close races the day after the election. That's because Vermont has extended the deadline for military and overseas voters to return their absentee ballots.
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Stuck In The Middle
Monday, 11/05/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
There's always a lot of talk about the ‘middle class' during election season. But who exactly is the middle class?
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Presidential Candidates Visit NH In Home Stretch
Friday, 11/02/12
President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney, are both returning to New Hampshire for last-minute campaign visits in the battleground state.
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Welch Talks Deficit In Campaign Stop
Friday, 11/02/12
Congressman Peter Welch appears to be cruising to re-election. He's running for a fourth term in Washington, and he says he wants Vermonters to know he remains committed to promoting their interests.
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Dunsmore: Race Today
Friday, 11/02/12
By Barrie Dunsmore
We are currently being inundated with election polls that often give conflicting information. But last weekend a poll was published that Barrie Dunsmore found to be particularly notable.
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Reporters’ Roundtable: Sizing Up Election Day
Friday, 11/02/12
By Bob Kinzel
Our reporters' roundtable looks at the people and issues in all the statewide races and discusses the impact that Super PAC money has had in this campaign.
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St. Johnsbury Voters Consider Drainage Upgrade
Wednesday, 10/31/12
Residents of St. Johnsbury are due to vote next week on whether to approve a major public works project.
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Early Voting Up In Parts Of Vermont
Wednesday, 10/31/12
By Bob Kinzel
Interest in early voting is very high is several parts of the state. In some communities it's expected that as many as a third of all voters will cast their ballot before Election Day.
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Debate: State Treasurer Candidates
Friday, 10/26/12
By Bob Kinzel
State Treasurer Beth Pearce and challengers Wendy Wilton and Don Schramm debate their qualifications to hold this state-wide office.
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Newscast: Wednesday, October 24. 2012, 5:50 p.m.
Wednesday, 10/24/12
By Dave McGown
Newscast: Wednesday, October 24. 2012, 5:50 p.m.
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