There are 180 members of the Vermont Legislature, and only 7 of them
represent the Progressive Party. But despite their small caucus, the
Progressives want to make an impact on how the state closes the $176
million budget deficit.
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.
head of Vermont’s Progressive Party says it’s likely that his party
will support the Democratic nominee for Governor this year. But that’s only
if the winner of the Democratic
Primary supports several key Progressive priorities.
VPR’s Bob Kinzel speaks with Middlebury College professor emeritus Eric Davis about his thoughts on the Progressive Party’s decision to create "a priority issues test" for Democratic gubernatorial candidates.
Vermont’s Progressive Party says it would support a Democratic
candidate for governor in 2010 if the candidate passes a litmus test on three issues. Bob Kinzel talks with Anthony Pollina about Democrats and Progressives getting behind one candidate. Also, political analysis with Eric Davis of Middlebury.