Election 2012: It’s All About The Economy

Two Middlebury College political science professors say the results of the 2012 presidential campaign show that the election was largely determined by voters’ views on the economy and not on the day-to-day events that received a lot of attention from political pundits.

After The Counting: An Election Recap

Treasurer Beth Pearce and her opponent Wendy Wilton, Auditor-elect Doug Hoffer and Vince Illuzzi, House Speaker Shap Smith and Attorney General Bill Sorrell reflect on their races and look at what’s ahead. And VPR’s Ross Sneyd and Valley News Editor John Gregg provide analysis of the Vermont and New Hampshire races.