With tag: elections
Henningsen: A Clear Choice
By Vic Henningsen
Both the candidates and the media have billed this Presidential
election as a clear choice between two visions of the role of government
in the lives of individual Americans. Vic Henningsen looks back to a similar set of circumstances -
one hundred years ago.
MacGovern Determined Despite Uphill Battle
Senate candidate John MacGovern knows his effort is a long shot, but he's
pushing forward. He hopes an unexpected confluence of events could send him to Washington.
AG Candidates Differ On How Activist Each Should Be
By Bob Kinzel
The three major party attorney general candidates are sparring over how much of an "activist" the attorney general should be. The three candidates,
Incumbent Democrat Bill Sorrell, Republican Jack McMullen and Progressive Ed
Stanak have very different views about the kinds of legal cases that the attorney general's office should be involved in.
Obama In New Hampshire
Barack Obama is making a quick stop in New Hampshire the same day his supporters embark on a 24-hour tour
around the state.
Condos: Official Election Results May Be Delayed
of State Jim Condos says the official results of the upcoming election could be
delayed past Thanksgiving by a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Justice Department.
Incumbents Far Ahead In Fundraising
Monday was a state and federal campaign finance reporting deadline and,
all around, Vermont's top politicians have a financial advantage over
College Students Clear To Vote In NH
In a 3-2
Supreme Court has sided with a lower court judge and left a new voter
registration law on hold.
Scott Nearing Final Leg Of Statewide Bike Tour
A 500-mile, 14-county bicycle tour is giving Vermont's lieutenant governor a new perspective on the state
as he campaigns for a second term. The tour is also providing him plenty of
time to think about the issues.