The Democratic gubernatorial primary finished with three candidates separated by less than 700 votes. A recount has been requested by second-place finisher Doug Racine. Some call it the Democrats’ worst nightmare, while others say it could bring unity to the party following a divided five-way primary.
News analyst Chris Graff discusses what effect the recount will have on the Democrats’ chances of winning the governor’s race in November. We also hear from Deputy Secretary of State Bill Dalton, State Senator Doug Racine, Vermont Democratic Party Executive Director Robert Dempsey and former Vermont Governor Madeleine Kunin.