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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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Progressive Write-Ins To Be Tallied
Tuesday, 09/04/12
The Vermont Secretary of State's office will certify the results of last week's primary elections on Tuesday.
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Primary Elections In Vermont
Tuesday, 08/28/12
Tuesday is primary election day in Vermont. Voters will choose the Democratic candidate for Attorney General and the Republican U-S Senate candidate.



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Vermont Primary Election On Tuesday
Monday, 08/27/12
A hard-fought contest for the Democratic nomination for attorney general appears to be drawing the most attention as Vermont prepares for its 2012 state primary election.
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Condos Urging Primary Participation
Wednesday, 08/22/12
Secretary of State Jim Condos is urging Vermonters to cast their ballots in next week's primary election.
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Republican Voters Could Affect AG Primary
Thursday, 08/16/12
By Bob Kinzel
Could Republican voters be a key factor in the Democratic primary for Attorney General? Some political observers and one of the campaigns think the answer could be yes.
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Reporters Discuss FEMA Funding, AG Primary
Friday, 08/03/12
By Bob Kinzel
Our reporters’ roundtable discusses the top issues facing the state, including who knew what and when about FEMA funding for the State Office Complex, and the latest developments in the Attorney General’s race.
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Democratic Attorney General Primary Debate
Thursday, 08/02/12
Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell is taking some tough criticism from his challenger in the upcoming Democratic primary.
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Political Analysts Say Recount Has Risks For Democrats
Friday, 08/27/10
By Bob Kinzel
Political analysts say the delay in settling the Democratic gubernatorial race could help Republican Brian Dubie.
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Secretary Of State Says Shumlin Wins; Racine Wants Recount
Friday, 08/27/10
By Patti Daniels
The secretary of state's office says Peter Shumlin has won the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.  But Doug Racine will ask for a recount of the ballots.
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Team Of Tabulators Begins Official Count Of Votes
Thursday, 08/26/10
By Ross Sneyd
While thousands of Vermonters anxiously wait for official word, a small crew in the secretary of state's office is adding up the totals from this week's Democratic gubernatorial primary.
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Former Sec. Of State Says Vote Discrepancies Are Common
Thursday, 08/26/10
By Bob Kinzel
Governor Jim Douglas says he won't be surprised if the "unofficial" vote total in the Democratic gubernatorial race changes after the Secretary of State's office has conducted its own tally of the votes. Douglas served as Secretary of State for 6 terms.
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Governor Jim Douglas
Friday, 08/27/10
By Bob Kinzel
Governor Jim Douglas discusses his opinions on new federal stimulus money and the primary election results and his plans for the future.
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Democrats Deliver Very Narrow Decision In Race For Governor
Wednesday, 08/25/10
By Ross Sneyd
The primary campaign has been extraordinary in many respects, from the number of candidates, to the amount of money they raised and spent. And now the outcome is so close that almost no one wants to say for sure who won.
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Unofficial Total Places Shumlin In Lead
Wednesday, 08/25/10
By Ric Cengeri
Unofficial vote totals in the Democratic primary for governor are agonizingly close.
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Vermont Voters Weigh Options In Primary
Tuesday, 08/24/10
By Ross Sneyd
Vermonters are making their choices in the primary election today. They're faced with a long list of names on both the Democratic and Republican ballots.
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Voters Head To Polls For Primary Election
Tuesday, 08/24/10
By Melody Bodette
Voters will be heading to the polls today to vote in Vermont's primary election. Officials have no estimate for the expected turnout in the election because there are a number of variables.
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No Predictions On Primary Turnout
Monday, 08/23/10
By Melody Bodette
Vermonters head to the polls tomorrow to cast ballots in the primary election. But how many voters will turn out is still unclear.
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Tight Finish Predicted For Gubernatorial Race
Monday, 08/23/10
By Bob Kinzel
Most political observers are predicting a very close finish among the top Democratic candidates running for governor.
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Primary Election Results And Reaction
Wednesday, 08/25/10
By Bob Kinzel
Wednesday on Vermont Edition, we examine the results of voting in the Democratic, Republican and Progressive primaries. We also talk with the leaders of the Democratic race for governor.
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Senate Vacancies Prompt Spirited Primaries
Monday, 08/23/10
By Susan Keese
This year's heated competition for top state offices has left some big openings in the Vermont Senate because a number of powerful senators have vacated their seats to run for higher office. The rush to fill those vacancies is one reason there are spirited contests in several parts of the state in this week's primary.
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Campaign Roundup: Candidates Look Toward November
Friday, 08/20/10
By Ross Sneyd
Candidates in Vermont's primary election are headed into the final weekend of the campaign with a flurry of activity.
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Democratic Candidates Look Toward Fall Election
Wednesday, 08/18/10
By Ross Sneyd
With just a week to go before Vermont's primary election, the five Democrats met last night in their last statewide broadcast debate of the campaign, and all of them were looking forward to the fall election.
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Campaign Roundup: Racine Releases Economic Plan
Tuesday, 08/17/10
By John Dillon
With just a week until the primary election, the five Democratic gubernatorial candidates scrambled for campaign cash and newspaper endorsements.
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