Democrat Gaye Symington has a tough fight ahead in the campaign for
governor. Voters are concerned about fuel prices and the
economy, and state leaders are worried about more budget cuts this Fall. We’ll talk with her about how she plans to tackle these issues.
Historian Kenneth Davis shares stories about the
early years of the United States from his new book, "America’s
Hidden History: Untold Tales of the First Pilgrims, Fighting Women and
Forgotten Founders Who Shaped a Nation."
Political analyst Eric Davis joins
Jane Lindholm for a final analysis of Vermont’s outcome in yesterday’s
Democratic contests. Also, the directors of the School Boards Association and the
Superintendents Association assess how school budgets faired across the state. And
we listen back to some of the sounds of Town Meeting Day.
One week from now, Vermonters will go to the polls and choose which
party and which candidate to vote for the presidential primary. But some Vermonters are still weighing which candidate will get their vote. We talk with political analyst Eric
Davis and take your calls. Also, a controversy over when it’s appropriate
to relocate an old cemetery, and we listen to the sounds of winter necessity for those who take the
ice: getting your skates sharpened.
Bob Kinzel talks with Anthony Pollina about gubernatorial
politics and the ramifications of a three-party race for the state’s top
office. Also, political analyst Eric Davis looks at
election politics in Vermont and in the national primary races, and we
remember the ice storm of 1998.
We talk with the political analyst Eric Davis of the field of Democratic presidential candidates, and which of them are gaining traction with Vermont politicos and primary voters. Also, reviving the American Chestnut Tree and picking the perfect Jack O’ Lantern pumpkin.
Former Lt. Governor John “Jack” Burgess has died;people spending time outdoors in Vermont this fall are being warned that this is also a peak season for deer ticks; Dan Davis says he intended to serve out his four-year term as Windham County stateâ€™s attorney when he was re-elected last year, but changes in state retirement benefits prompted him to reconsider; about 80 Vermont National Guard engineers are back in the United States after spending almost a year on the ground in Iraq.