Political debate season is getting under way. But do debates give voters
enough information to make informed decisions? Alfred Snider is a
debate expert and professor of forensics at UVM, and he says the answer
Brooke Paige and John
MacGovern, Republican candidates for U.S. Senate, debate the issues and State Representative David Deen on what the future holds for a program to re-introduce Atlantic salmon to the
Connecticut River watershed.
The two major party candidates for Secretary of State – Republican
Jason Gibbs and Democrat Jim Condos – debate campaign finance, electronic voting, corporate and professional licensing and the other top issues.
Our series of primary election debates continues with the Republican candidates for Lieutenant Governor. Washington County State Senator Phil Scott and Starksboro businessman Mark Snelling discuss their positions on the state’s key issues.
The open lieutenant governor’s seat has attracted candidates from all three of Vermont’s major political parties. Wednesday on Vermont Edition, a debate between the two Democrats running for lieutenant governor: Steve Howard of Rutland and Chris Bray of New Haven.
Three candidates are vying for the Republican nomination for Vermont’s U.S. House seat: former "True North Radio" host Paul Beaudry, former Vermont Marble Company executive John Mitchell and former small businessman Keith Stern. They meet in debate on Vermont Edition.