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Gubernatorial Candidate Susan Bartlett

11/06/09 12:00PM By Bob Kinzel
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Although the 2010 gubernatorial election is a year away, four democratic candidates have already announced their intention to run.  We begin our series of candidate interviews with Lamoille senator, and chair of Senate Appropriations, Susan Bartlett.  We talk about her solutions to some of the most pressing problems facing the state. 

Also, Vermont artist George Tooker has his paintings hanging in the most influential museums in the country, and in 2007 President Bush presented him with the National Medal of Arts.  This Sunday, the 89-year old artist will make a rare public appearance at the Cornish Colony Museum in Windsor to sign a new book highlighting his work.   VPR's Nina Keck talks with Tooker in his home in Hartland.

And, we listen back to some of the voices in this week's news.

Photo credit:  AP/Toby Talbot

Information on George Tooker event:

At 1 p.m. Sunday, Art historian Robert Cozzolino will be in Windsor
to discuss George Tooker's work at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
Church, where Tooker's seven paneled paintings of The Sacrements and his
stations of the cross paintings are on display.  Following Cozzolino's talk, George Tooker will sign books and answer questions at the nearby Cornish Colony Museum in Windsor.  Click here for more information.



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