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Analysis: With 10 Days To Go, AG Primary Battle Narrows
Saturday, 08/18/12
By Peter Biello
With just 10 days to go until Vermont's August 28 primary elections, Middlebury College professor emeritus Eric Davis talks about some of the races, including the narrowing gap between the two candidates in the Democratic race for Attorney General.
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Analysis: FEMA Funding Becomes Issue In Gubernatorial Campaign
Saturday, 08/04/12
By Peter Biello
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says Vermont may not get as much money as officials had once thought to rebuild the flooded State Hospital and state office building in Waterbury.
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Analysis: Sorrell's Ground-Game Needs Improvement
Saturday, 07/28/12
By Peter Biello
Journalist Hamilton Davis says Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell needs a better ground game if he wants to defeat State's Attorney T.J. Donovan in next month's Democratic primary.
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Analysis: Shumlin Carries Financial Advantage Into Election
Saturday, 07/21/12
By Peter Biello
Retired Middlebury College political science professor Eric Davis shares his thoughts on what the most recent campaign finance reports mean for the gubernatorial campaign and the Democratic primary for attorney general.
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Analysis: Brock Fundraiser Brings Outspoken Governor To Vt.
Saturday, 07/14/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
At a fundraiser this week for Republican gubernatorial candidate Randy Brock, Maine Gov. Paul LePage stirred more controversy over comments he made earlier criticizing President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
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Analysis: What SuperPACs Could Do In Vermont
Saturday, 07/07/12
By Peter Biello
Retired Middlebury College political science professor Eric Davis speaks with VPR's Peter Biello about the potential impact of SuperPACs in Vermont this election season, as well as the push by Republican Gubernatorial candidate Randy Brock for a moratorium on wind projects.
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Analysis: SCOTUS Decision Will Benefit Gov. Shumlin
Saturday, 06/30/12
By Peter Biello
Veteran Journalist Hamilton Davis speaks with VPR's Peter Biello about how the SCOTUS decision on President Obama's healthcare law will benefit Governor Peter Shumlin this election season.
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Analysis: Healthcare In Vermont, After SCOTUS Decision
Saturday, 06/23/12
By Peter Biello
VPR's Peter Biello talks with retired Middlebury College political science professor Eric Davis about the impact  the Surpreme Court's decision on President Obama's healthcare law could have on Vermont.
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Analysis: Surprises Before The Filing Deadline
Saturday, 06/16/12
By Peter Biello
The filing deadline for state and local elections has passed, not without some last-minute changes to the list of candidates, including Sen. Vince Illuzzi's decision to run for auditor as a Republican.
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Analysis: How Endorsements Shape The Dems AG Primary
Saturday, 06/09/12
By Peter Biello
Endorsements are coming in for the candidates in the Democratic Attorney General Primary. Incumbent Bill Sorrell has some high-profile endorsements, while T.J. Donovan is finding support from Sheriffs, Troopers and the AFL-CIO. Middlebury College political science professor emeritus Eric Davis speaks with VPR's Peter Biello about what these endorsements mean for the primary.
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Analysis: Brock's Campaign Mimics National Republican Strategy
Saturday, 06/02/12
By Peter Biello
Veteran journalist Hamilton Davis says Republican Randy Brock is characterizing Democratic Governor Peter Shumlin as more liberal than he actually is.
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State, Local Officials Come At F-35 From Different Perspectives
Saturday, 05/26/12
By Mitch Wertlieb
VPR's Mitch Wertlieb talked with retired Middlebury College scientist Eric Davis about the debate over the F-35 fighter jet, and other political issues.
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Analysis: The Exciting Down-Ballot Races
Saturday, 05/19/12
By Peter Biello
VPR's Peter Biello speaks with veteran journalist Hamilton Davis about interesting developments in the down-ballot elections coming up this November.
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Analysis: Political Feuding Marks End Of Legislative Session
Saturday, 04/28/12
By Peter Biello
In our weekly political analysis, Middlebury College professor emeritus Eric Davis talks about the political feuding that characterizes the end of the legislative session.
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Analysis: Health Care Board Takes Steps To Control Costs
Saturday, 05/05/12
By Peter Biello
With little fanfare, the Green Mountain Care Board announced this week that hospital budgets will be capped at 3.75 percent. Analyst Hamilton Davis says it's the Board's first significant step in controlling health care costs.
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Analysis: What We've Learned About Governor Shumlin
Saturday, 05/12/12
By Peter Biello
Middlebury College political science professor emeritus Eric Davis speaks with VPR's Peter Biello about what we've learned about Governor Peter Shumlin in the past year and a half.
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Analysis: The Politics Of Health Care Reform In Vermont
Saturday, 04/21/12
By Peter Biello
What would happen to Vermont's health care reform efforts if President Barack Obama loses the 2012 election?
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Analysis: Controversial Bills Likely To Die In Committee
Saturday, 04/14/12
By Peter Biello
A variety of important bills are likely to die in committee before the session ends, says retired Middlebury College political science professor Eric Davis. But the Legislature could vote on a non-binding resolution on what to do with the $21 million at the center of the CVPS/Green Mountain Power merger.
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Analysis: What The CVPS/GMP Merger Means For Gov. Shumlin
Saturday, 04/07/12
By Peter Biello
VPR's Peter Biello takes a look at the week in political news with longtime Vermont journalist Hamilton Davis.
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Analysis: AG Primary Race Candidates From Prominent Political Families
Saturday, 03/24/12
By Peter Biello
The Democratic primary in the Attorney General's race will feature candidates whose families have a long political history in Burlington.
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Analysis: Vt. Republicans Gear Up For 2012 Election
Saturday, 03/17/12
By Peter Biello
We hear from Middlebury College Professor Emeritus Eric Davis for VPR's weekly political roundup.
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Political Analysis: Weinberger's Win In Burlington Historic
Saturday, 03/10/12
By Peter Biello
VPR's Peter Biello sits down with longtime journalist Hamilton Davis for his thoughts on Super Tuesday and Town Meeting Day results.
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Analysis: Waning Enthusiasm For President Obama May Hurt Vermont Democrats
Saturday, 03/31/12
By Peter Biello
What does it mean for the average Vermonter's healthcare if all or part of the Affordable Healthcare Act is deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court?
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