Our series of primary election debates concludes with the Progressive candidates for Lieutenant Governor. Marjorie Power and Boots Wardinski discuss their positions on the key issues and they make their case for succeeding Brian Dubie.
Republican Mark Snelling is running for Lieutenant Governor. We learn more about his ideas and find out why he wants the state’s #2 job. Also, the Vermont Farm Bureau breaks ranks to support supply managment dairy policies, and we tour a 1960s era fallout shelter.
New Haven representative Chris Bray, one of two Democrats in the Lieutenant Governor’s race, discusses his top priorities for the state’s Number two office. Also, a look at candidates’ campaign finance reports, and we go backstage at the Weston Playhouse for its production of "The Oath."
With primary races for lieutenant governor in all three of Vermont’s major parties this summer, Vermont Edition gives you the opportunity to hear from these candidates. Progressive Party candidate Marjorie Power discusses why she is seeking the office and her top priorities.
Vermont’s three major parties all have primary races for lieutenant
governor, and this summer Vermont Edition gives you a chance to hear
from those candidates directly.Tuesday o nthe program, Democrat Steve Howard. Also, the truth behind the "July Effect" — the idea that hospital mistakes spike in July. And students do well in a weekend fiddling competition in Lyndonville.