Buxton wins Windsor-Orange raceNovember 08,2012Incumbent Rep. Sarah Buxton, a Democrat from Tunbridge, defeated challenger David Ainsworth, a Republican from Royalton in the Windsor-Orange-1 election on Tuesday.
Windsor-Orange-1 comprises the towns of Royalton and Tunbridge. Buxton won Tunbridge 463-306 and Royalton 650-611. The final vote tally was Buxton 1,113 votes and Ainsworth, 917, a 199-vote margin.
This is the second time Buxton defeated Ainsworth to represent Windsor-Orange-1. In 2010, Buxton was the challenger and unseated Ainsworth by one vote. A recount was issued, but the election results were upheld.
This will be Buxton’s second term in the Vermont House. She served on the House Committee on Education last biennium.MORE IN This Just InSki area operators in Vermont and across northern New England were giddy Wednesday at the... Full Story
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