For Noyes Pulling I enthusiastically and wholeheartedly support Barbara Noyes Pulling for Rutland Town representative to the Vermont Legislature. I have seen letters from my fellow townspeople extolling the “record and experience” of the incumbent. I ask: What record? What experience? Occupy…

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Zuckerman for governor Having spent almost four decades in Vermont politics, it’s hard not to be intrigued and amused when it comes to election season. I walked into the Vermont State House when Dick Snelling was governor. I’ve seen politicians come and go. I can honestly say that those who …

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Backing Terenzini I recently received a very impressive mailer from Rep. Terenzini's opponent. A lot of promises. The commonality of the opposition party is to not respond to messages. Many messages to Sen. Hooker have gone unanswered; not one response in two years. Is that positive represen…

Supporting Terenzini Why change a good thing? Tom Terenzini has represented Rutland Town faithfully for eight years. Tom’s connections at the state level have helped countless town residents and taxpayers. We cannot afford to lose Tom Terenzini as our state rep. Stick with a winner and don’t…

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Supporting local candidates With early voting options to begin soon, it is absolutely essential that the voters exercise as much research as possible on the incumbents and new candidates applying for these elected positions. First, in Rutland Town incumbent Thomas Terenzini has served the to…

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Vote for Richards Vote for Bob Richards in Rutland-3 Fair Haven, West Haven, Castleton and Hubbardton residents please vote for Bob Richards on Nov. 3. We need to change who represents us in Montpelier. Bob Richards grew up in Fair Haven, raised his family there, and is now blessed with watc…

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Vote for Noyes Pulling On Nov. 3, I’ll be voting for Barbara Noyes Pulling for state representative for Rutland Town. I had not heard of Barbara Noyes Pulling until she declared her candidacy. I quickly found her impressive website to learn more about Barbara. Candidate websites are critical…

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No to Milne This is costing me money, and I'm cheap so you know it is very important to me. I don't care if you are an Independent, Democrat, or Republican. Do not vote for Scott Milne. I'm running out of words and money so time to go. No to Milne. Jay Merluzzi lives in Brandon. Paid Politic…

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Supporting Pulling Sometimes a choice is so clear it feels like no decision-making is required. Barbara Noyes Pulling is clearly the best candidate for Rutland Town’s representative in Montpelier. She has deep roots in Rutland and understands the issues that impact us. She works as senior pl…

Supporting Tim Ashe I grew up one of seven kids in a working-class family in Vermont. I support Tim Ashe because of his devotion to making life better for ordinary Vermonters. I met Tim when we started working for Bernie Sanders in 1999. Being part of Bernie’s vision in a small way has been …

Supporting Tim Ashe Having been born in Proctor, graduated from Proctor High School, and later served four terms as an Alderman in Rutland City, I care deeply about the future of Rutland County, including our local economy and the future of our youth. As a result, I strongly support Tim Ashe…

Endorsing Pat Winburn I am voting for Pat Winburn for Governor because he will effectively deal with the issues facing Vermont. Vermont’s aging population demographic is a major problem for our state. We must give talented younger people a reason to live in Vermont, and talented young Vermon…

Supporting Ingram Debbie Ingram, candidate for lieutenant governor, has a lifelong commitment to public service. She values each individual as a person of worth. As Vermont deals with a widening income gap, Debbie has addressed that concern by working for affordable housing, quality health c…

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