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President Of Rutland Aldermen Says He's Running For Mayor
Wednesday, 10/24/12
By Nina Keck
David Allaire,president of the Rutland City Board of Aldermen, says he wants to be the city's next mayor.  
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Henningsen: A Clear Choice
Thursday, 10/25/12
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.
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Dunsmore: Sound Foreign Policy Judgement
Friday, 10/19/12
By Barrie Dunsmore
The final presidential debate, which will focus on foreign policy, takes place next Monday night in Florida. Barrie Dunsmore offers a historical context for viewing that discussion.
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Gilbert: Electoral Effect
Tuesday, 10/23/12
By Peter Gilbert
With the presidential election fast approaching, Peter Gilbert took a look at previous elections. There he found some landslides, some extremely close races, and some very interesting stories.
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McCallum: Green Mountains To White House
Wednesday, 10/24/12
By Mary McCallum
With election day nearly upon us, Mary McCallum is thinking about one of Vermont's local boys who made it big - very big - in Presidential politics.
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Debate: Lt. Governor Candidates
Wednesday, 10/24/12
By Jane Lindholm
Live debate on Wednesday at noon between Republican incumbent Phil Scott and Progressive/Democrat Cassandra Gekas.
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MacGovern Determined Despite Uphill Battle
Tuesday, 10/23/12
Republican U.S. 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.
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Stakes In Vt. Treasurer Race Are Running High
Monday, 10/22/12
By John Dillon
The most competitive political contest in Vermont this year is for a position that normally attracts little attention. The race for state treasurer has drawn charged political attacks and an unprecedented level of spending.
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AG Candidates Differ On How Activist Each Should Be
Friday, 10/19/12
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.
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MacGovern Opposes F-35 Basing In South Burlington
Friday, 10/19/12
Republican U.S. Senate candidate John MacGovern says he doesn't think the U.S. Air Force should base F-35 fighter planes at the Burlington International Airport.
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Wilton Highlights Solvency Concerns
Thursday, 10/18/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
Republican challenger and current Rutland City Treasurer Wendy Wilton spoke with VPR's Mitch Wertlieb as part of VPR's continuing election coverage.
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Obama In New Hampshire
Thursday, 10/18/12
President Barack Obama is making a quick stop in New Hampshire the same day his supporters embark on a 24-hour tour around the state.
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State Treasurer Pledges Financial Stability
Wednesday, 10/17/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
In the first of two interviews, we hear from current state Democratic Treasurer Beth Pearce, who says she has a clear focus for Vermont's finances.
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Condos: Official Election Results May Be Delayed
Wednesday, 10/17/12
Secretary 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.
Vermont Edition
Live Debate: State Auditor Candidates
Wednesday, 10/17/12
By Jane Lindholm
State Auditor candidates Vince Illuzzi and Doug Hoffer debate what they'd bring to the office of State Auditor and explain why they'd be best to fill this role.
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Incumbents Far Ahead In Fundraising
Tuesday, 10/16/12
Monday was a state and federal campaign finance reporting deadline and, all around, Vermont's top politicians have a financial advantage over their challengers.
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Time Off Accusations In Race For Governor's Office
Tuesday, 10/16/12
Vermont's two leading candidates for governor continue to squabble over how much time off they've taken.
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Senate Candidates Trade Accusations, Fiery Rhetoric
Friday, 10/12/12
By Patti Daniels
The U.S. Senate race between independent Senator Bernie Sanders and Republican challenger John MacGovern is lopsided in terms of name-recognition and campaign finances, but you wouldn't know that from the tone of their debate Friday.
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Lt. Gov. Phil Scott's Re-election Plans
Monday, 10/15/12
By Jane Lindholm
Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott discusses why he wants to return to the position in November and we read from our listener mailbag.
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VPR News
Justice Department Sues Vermont Over Late Ballots
Friday, 10/12/12
The U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against the state of Vermont and Secretary of State Jim Condos.
VPR News
College Students Clear To Vote In NH
Wednesday, 10/10/12
In a 3-2 decision, New Hampshire's Supreme Court has sided with a lower court judge and left a new voter registration law on hold.
VPR News
Burlington Mails Corrected Ballots To Early Voters
Wednesday, 10/10/12
Burlington has mailed corrected city election ballots to 523 voters who asked for absentee ballots or voted early at City Hall.
VPR News
Candidates Take Sides On Mountaintop Wind Moratorium
Monday, 10/08/12
The Republicans seeking the top two state offices both support a moratorium on large-scale wind tower development in Vermont.
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Scott Nearing Final Leg Of Statewide Bike Tour
Monday, 10/08/12
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.
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Leahy, Shumlin Critique President's Debate Performance
Friday, 10/05/12
By John Dillon
Leading Vermont Democrats say they hope President Barack Obama improves his performance in the presidential debates.
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