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Recount Of Progressive Ballots May Take Until Tuesday
Friday, 09/14/12
By John Dillon
The recounts in the Progressive Primary are expected to be certified by a judge this week. Washington Superior Court Judge Robert Bent has scheduled a hearing in the case for Tuesday afternoon.
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Progressives' Governor Candidate Could Be Displaced By Write-In
Thursday, 08/30/12
By John Dillon
Three days after the primary election, it's still not clear who won the Progressive Party's nomination for governor. The outcome is important because a write-in campaign for the Progressive nomination has challenged Governor Peter Shumlin on energy issues.
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Truce Between Progressives And Democrats May Fade In 2012
Monday, 05/30/11
By Bob Kinzel
Vermont's Progressive Party hopes to attract new members by highlighting key differences with the Democrats on budget and tax issues. And that effort could endanger the fragile truce that currently exists between the two parties in the coming 2012 elections.
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Progressive Party's Absence In Governor's Race Helped Shumlin
Wednesday, 11/10/10
By Bob Kinzel
The Progressive Party's biggest impact on the 2010 election was its decision not to run a candidate for Governor - a move that some political observers believe helped elect Democrat Peter Shumlin.
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Progressives Cooperate With Democrats In General Election
Wednesday, 09/01/10
By Bob Kinzel
The Progressive Party has chosen not to run a candidate for Governor this year and about a third of its legislative candidates are also running as Democrats. Still, Progressive leaders say their Party will continue to be an important force in Vermont politics in the future.
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