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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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Vt. Judge Confirms Abbott Wins Progressive Primary
Tuesday, 09/18/12
By Bob Kinzel
A Vermont judge has ruled that Martha Abbott is the winner of the Progressive Party primary election for governor. Abbott has withdrawn and won't run in the general election. But under Vermont law, that doesn't throw the race to the second-place finisher, write-in candidate Annette Smith.
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Analysis: Top Stories In The Week's News
Friday, 09/14/12
VPR reporter, John Dillon, talks with Vermont Edition about some of the top stories in the news this week.
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Progressive Primary Recount Continues Across Vermont
Thursday, 09/13/12
By John Dillon
A recount in the Progressive Party primary for governor continues, as officials in 14 counties carefully sort, separate and tabulate the ballots. The counters gathered first thing in the morning in courthouses around the state. For their troubles, they got $30, free snacks, and an eye-straining chore of carefully examining each ballot.
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Vermont Judge Orders Recount In Progressive Primary
Friday, 09/07/12
By John Dillon
Write-in candidate Annette Smith asked for the re-count after a corrected vote tally showed that Progressive Party Chairwoman Martha Abbott won the nomination by one vote.                         
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Progressive Party Faces Challenges
Wednesday, 09/05/12
By Jane Lindholm
We look at the Progressive Party and where it fits into Vermont's political landscape, the results of the Quebec provincial election and check back in with Moretown Elementary School that was damaged heavily by Irene.
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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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The Progressive Party Agenda
Friday, 02/10/12
By Bob Kinzel
We look at the 2012 priorities of the Vermont Progressive Party and hear how the contested Republican Presidential primary could bring new interest.
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With No Mayoral Candidate, Progressives' Strength Questioned
Monday, 01/30/12
By Kirk Carapezza
Burlington's Progressive Party may be one of the most successful third parties in the country, but it has run into a rough patch lately. For the first time in decades, Progressives won't have a candidate for Burlington mayor.
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Progressives Push For Higher Taxes On Wealthy Vermonters
Friday, 02/25/11
By Bob Kinzel
Progressive Party leaders Rep. Chris Pearson and Sen. Anthony Pollina say tax increases on the wealthiest Vermonters would help close the state's budget deficit, as opposed to cutting the budget for Human Services programs.
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Progressives Oppose Human Service Cuts
Friday, 02/25/11
By Bob Kinzel
There are 180 members of the Vermont Legislature, and only 7 of them represent the Progressive Party. But despite their small caucus, the Progressives want to make an impact on how the state closes the $176 million budget deficit.
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The Future Of The Progressive Party
Friday, 09/10/10
By Bob Kinzel
What is the future of the Vermont Progressive Party and is it still relevant? Plus, analysis of the week's news. And the final entry of Vermont National Guard Captain Larry Doane's audio journal.
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Prog. Candidates Split Views On Party Direction
Thursday, 08/19/10
By Bob Kinzel
The two candidates seeking the Progressive Party's nomination for Lt. Governor take different views on whether or not the Progressives should form alliances with liberal Democratic candidates.
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Lt. Gov. Candidate Boots Wardinski
Wednesday, 07/14/10
By Bob Kinzel
We talk with Boots Wardinski, a candidate in the Progressive Party primary for Lieutenant Governor.  We'll also review this year's primary contests and how they're shaping up. 
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Lt. Gov. Candidate Marjorie Power
Monday, 07/12/10
By Bob Kinzel
With primary races for lieutenant governor in all three of Vermont's major parties this summer, Vermont Edition gives you the opportunity to hear from these candidates. Progressive Party candidate Marjorie Power discusses why she is seeking the office and her top priorities.
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Vermont's Progressive Party Likely To Support Democrat For Governor
Monday, 06/21/10
By Bob Kinzel
The head of Vermont's Progressive Party says it's likely that his party will support the Democratic nominee for Governor this year. But that's only if the winner of the Democratic Primary supports several key Progressive priorities.
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VT Edition: The Democratic gubernatorial candidate "issues test"
Friday, 08/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
VPR's Bob Kinzel speaks with Middlebury College professor emeritus Eric Davis about his thoughts on the Progressive Party's decision to create "a priority issues test" for Democratic gubernatorial candidates.
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Progressives prepare for 2010 gov's race
Friday, 08/14/09
By Bob Kinzel
Vermont's Progressive Party says it would support a Democratic candidate for governor in 2010 if the candidate passes a litmus test on three issues. Bob Kinzel talks with Anthony Pollina about Democrats and Progressives getting behind one candidate. Also, political analysis with Eric Davis of Middlebury.
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