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Scott Anticipates Collaborative Role With Shumlin

11/04/10 12:00PM By Jane Lindholm
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AP/Alison Redlich
Lieutenant Governor-elect Phil Scott announcing his victory on Nov. 3, 2010.

As a Republican, Lieutenant Governor-elect Phil Scott will be in a unique position when he takes office in January.  For the first time since the 1990s, he will be working under a governor from a different party, Democrat and Governor-elect Peter Shumlin. Scott will also be presiding over a heavily Democratic Senate. He talks about his approach to this new role.

Also on the program, what to do with your campaign yard signs now that the election is over--they're not recyclable in your blue bins.

We dip into our mailbag and read election reaction.

And a profile of Phish bass player Mike Gordon, and his musical life away from the band.  

Campaign signs for State Rep. Will Stevens, an organic farmer, which were made by local artist Norton Latourelle, from scraps of plywood left over from a building project.


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