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Sorrell Makes Case For Re-election
Monday, 10/08/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
Bill Sorrell has been elected to seven consecutive terms as Vermont's Attorney General. Now Sorrell and two opponents are vying for the role of Vermont's top law enforcement officer.
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Treasurer Race Gets Personal
Thursday, 10/04/12
By Bob Kinzel
With just five weeks to go before Election Day, the race for State Treasurer is getting very personal.
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NH Supreme Court To Consider Voting Law
Tuesday, 10/02/12
The New Hampshire Supreme Court has agreed to hear a dispute over the state's new voter registration law.
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Voting Still In Question For NH College Students
Monday, 10/01/12
The impact of out-of-state college students on New Hampshire elections is hard to determine. But it's likely greater than in other states, because out-of-staters make up a larger share of student enrollment.
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Smith Announces New Write-In Bid
Thursday, 09/27/12
The loser of Vermont's Progressive Party primary for governor says she'll run as an independent write-in candidate in the general election.
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McMullen Outlines Issues In AG Campaign
Thursday, 09/27/12
By Jane Lindholm
Republican candidate Jack McMullen says his business background is needed in the Attorney General's office.
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Condos Dismisses Romney's Absentee Ballot Complaint As Politics
Wednesday, 09/26/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The presidential campaign of Republican Mitt Romney is complaining some Vermont military personnel serving overseas might not be able to get their absentee ballots in time to vote.
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Condos Dismisses Romney's Absentee Ballot Complaint As Politics
Wednesday, 09/26/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The presidential campaign of Republican Mitt Romney is complaining some Vermont military personnel serving overseas might not be able to get their absentee ballots in time to vote.
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Judge Blocks NH Voter Law
Tuesday, 09/25/12
In New Hampshire, a Strafford County Superior Court judge is ordering the state to change its new voter registration form before the November election.
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With Six Weeks Until Election Day, In-Person Voting Picks Up In Vermont
Monday, 09/24/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day, and election officials are urging citizens to fill out their paperwork well before the first Tuesday in November. Vermont is one of 25 states where voters can not only register, but they can also cast their ballot in person.
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Condos Urges Vermonters To Register To Vote
Monday, 09/24/12
Secretary of State Jim Condos is urging Vermonters to register to vote before the November election. Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day.
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Analysis: Financing The Gubernatorial Race
Friday, 09/21/12
By Bob Kinzel
Pete Hirschfeld, Bureau Chief for the Vermont Press Bureau, explains what was in the recently-released campaign finance reports.
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Lieutenant Governor Candidate Cassandra Gekas
Friday, 09/21/12
By Bob Kinzel
Cassandra Gekas, challenger for Lieutenant Governor, outlines her plans for health care and other issues, we get an update on campaign finances and listen back to the voices in the news.
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Bidens To Spend Weekend In New Hampshire
Thursday, 09/20/12
Two weeks after his last trip to the region, Vice President Joe Biden is heading back to New Hampshire.
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New Hampshire Voting Law Challenged
Wednesday, 09/19/12
In New Hampshire, a Strafford County judge is hearing from advocacy groups suing the state over a new law that effectively blocks out-of-state students from voting there.
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Brock To Talk Health Care
Wednesday, 09/19/12
The Republican running for Vermont governor says there are 25 things the state can do to reduce costs and raise quality in health care.
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Shumlin Tops Brock In Fundraising Report
Tuesday, 09/18/12
Governor Peter Shumlin has passed the million-dollar mark in campaign fundraising. In the last month Shumlin has raised more than two and a half times as much as his Republican rival, State Senator Randy Brock.
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Election Officials Want To Move Up Primary
Tuesday, 09/18/12
Vermont's elections director says she and her boss, Secretary of State Jim Condos, will push lawmakers in their upcoming session to move Vermont's state-office primary from late August to May or June.
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Gubernatorial Candidates Ramp Up For Debate
Wednesday, 09/12/12
As they gear up for their first debate of the campaign, Governor Shumlin and Republican challenger Randy Brock are squabbling over health care.
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The Art of The Argument: Winning Political Debates
Wednesday, 09/12/12
By Jane Lindholm
Political debate season is getting under way. But do debates give voters enough information to make informed decisions? Alfred Snider is a debate expert and professor of forensics at UVM, and he says the answer is yes.
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Two Parties Vie For NH's Open Gov. Seat
Tuesday, 09/04/12
By Jane Lindholm
We’ll look at the primary races underway for Republicans and Democrats hoping to claim the governor’s seat; a Vermont homebrew is served at Patriots' home games this fall; and a flash mob in Barre honors Teddy Roosevelt.
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Now That The General Election Is Set…
Friday, 08/31/12
By Bob Kinzel
Our reporters’ roundtable sizes up the top races in November’s general election and the strategies challengers will employ against incumbents.
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Removing Barriers In Public Places
Thursday, 08/30/12
By Jane Lindholm
A spotlight on accessibility issues across the state with guests Robert Appel of the Vermont Human Rights Commission and Sarah Launderville of the Vermont Center for Independent Living; checking in with Jack Lindley at the Republican National convention; and a report from the new cadets at Norwich University.
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What Polling Tells Us About Elections
Wednesday, 08/29/12
By Jane Lindholm
Following Vermont’s primary election, we look at the results and methodology of recent polling, hear about the challenges faced by the Green Mountain Club and we get an encore lesson on auctioneering.
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Barre Eases Property Tax To Spur Downtown Development
Wednesday, 08/22/12
Barre's City Council is expected to approve a property tax break this week for a development project in the heart of downtown.
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