The stage is set for the November general election after yesterday’s primary voting around Vermont. Analyzing the results and with a look ahead at the challenges the nominees face in November is Frank Bryan, Professor of Political Science at the University of Vermont.
He spoke with Mitch Wertlieb and said the only real surprise from yesterday’s voting may be the victory of State Senator Matt Dunne over Representative John Tracy in the Democratic primary for Lt. Governor:
CORRECTION: The figure cited by Professor Bryan in this interview regarding the amount Sen. Leahy spent on his 1998 campaign is incorrect. Senator Leahy spent just over $695,000 on his senate campaign that year, according to records from the Vermont State Archivist.