Term limits are an issue in Vermont’s congressional race, and the two major party candidates don’t agree on whether they’re needed. Republican Paul Beaudry says limits are needed and they’re one of his top priorities. But Democrat Peter Welch says voters are the best judge of whether a person deserves re-election.
Vermont’s Republican candidate for Congress says the national
Republican Party has "written off" his campaign. Paul
Beaudry says he hasn’t gotten any money for his race against Democratic Congressman Peter Welch.
Democratic Congressman Peter Welch wants to limit the tax cuts to families with
incomes below $250,000. But
his Republican opponent, Paul Beaudry, says Welch’s plan will hurt efforts to
stimulate the economy.
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.