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Name On Ballot

Town Of Residence

Party

For Representative to Congress

 

PETER WELCH

Norwich

Democratic

For Governor

 

PETER SHUMLIN

East Montpelier

Democratic

For Lieutenant Governor

 

DEAN CORREN

Burlington

Progressive

For State Treasurer

 

BETH PEARCE

Barre City

Democratic

For Secretary of State

 

JIM CONDOS

Montpelier

Democratic

For Auditor of Accounts

 

DOUG HOFFER

Burlington

Democratic

For Attorney General

 

WILLIAM H. SORRELL

Burlington

Democratic

For State Senator

Addison Senate

CLAIRE AYER

Addison

Democratic

For State Senator

Addison Senate

CHRISTOPHER A. BRAY

New Haven

Democratic

For State Senator

Chittenden Senate

TIM ASHE

Burlington

Democratic

For State Senator

Chittenden Senate

PHIL BARUTH

Burlington

Democratic

For State Senator

Chittenden Senate

VIRGINIA "GINNY" LYONS

Williston

Democratic

For State Senator

Chittenden Senate

MICHAEL SIROTKIN

South Burlington

Democratic

For State Senator

Chittenden Senate

DAVID ZUCKERMAN

Hinesburg

Democratic

For State Senator

Franklin Senate

SARA BRANON KITTELL

Fairfield

Democratic

For State Senator

Lamoille Senate

RICHARD A. WESTMAN

Cambridge

Republican

For State Senator

Orange Senate

MARK A. MACDONALD

Williamstown

Democratic

For State Senator

Rutland Senate

ELDRED FRENCH

Shrewsbury

Democratic

For State Senator

Washington Senate

ANN CUMMINGS

Montpelier

Democratic

For State Senator

Washington Senate

WILLIAM "BILL" DOYLE

Montpelier

Republican

For State Senator

Washington Senate

SANDRA "SANDY" GAFFNEY

Berlin

Democratic

For State Senator

Washington Senate

ANTHONY POLLINA

Middlesex

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 1

BETTY A. NUOVO

Middlebury

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 1

AMY SHELDON

Middlebury

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 2

WILLEM JEWETT

Ripton

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 3

DIANE LANPHER

Vergennes

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 3

JOHN B. SPENCER

Addison

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 4

MICHAEL FISHER

Lincoln

Democratic

For State Representative

Addison 4

DAVE SHARPE

Bristol

Democratic

For State Representative

Caledonia-1

CLAUDETTE SORTINO

Ryegate

Democratic

For State Representative

Caledonia-2

JOSEPH "CHIP" TROIANO

Stannard

Democratic

For State Representative

Caledonia-3

MICHELLE FAY

Saint Johnsbury

Democratic

For State Representative

Caledonia-3

BOB SOUTH

Saint Johnsbury

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 6-1

JOANNA COLE

Burlington

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 6-2

JEAN O'SULLIVAN

Burlington

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 6-7

DIANA GONZALEZ

Winooski

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 6-7

ROBERT MILLAR

Winooski

Progressive

For State Representative

Chittenden 8-2

TIM JERMAN

Essex

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 8-2

LINDA WAITE-SIMPSON

Essex

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 8-3

LIZ SUBIN

Essex

Democratic

For State Representative

Chittenden 9-2

KRISTY SPENGLER

Colchester

Democratic

For State Representative

Franklin 3-1

KATHLEEN C. KEENAN

Saint Albans City

Democratic

For State Representative

Franklin 3-1

MIKE MCCARTHY

Saint Albans City

Democratic

For State Representative

Franklin 7

CINDY WEED

Enosburgh

Democratic

For State Representative

Lamoille 2

LINDA J. MARTIN

Wolcott

Democratic

For State Representative

Lamoille 2

MARK E. WOODWARD 

Johnson

Democratic

For State Representative

Lamoille-Washington 

AVRAM PATT

Worcester

Democratic

For State Representative

Lamoille-Washington 

SHAP SMITH

Morristown

Democratic

For State Representative

Orange 1

SUSAN HATCH DAVIS

Washington

Democratic

For State Representative

Orleans 2

CARL B. DAVIS

Troy

Progressive

For State Representative

Orleans 2

JULIE RABOIN

Newport City

Democratic

For State Representative

Orleans 2

GARY VIENS

Newport City

Republican

For State Representative

Rutland 5-3

HERB RUSSELL

Rutland City

Democratic

For State Representative

Rutland 5-4

SHERRI DURGIN-CAMPBELL

Rutland City

Democratic

For State Representative

Rutland 5-4

DOUGLAS GAGE

Rutland City

Republican

For State Representative

Rutland-Bennington

ROBIN CHESNUT-TANGERMAN

Middletown Springs

Democratic

For State Representative

Rutland-Windsor 1

ANNE L. GALLIVAN

Chittenden

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 1

JEREMY HANSEN

Berlin

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 1

MARVIN MALEK

Berlin

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 2

J. GUY ISABELLE

Barre Town

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 3

PAUL POIRIER

Barre City

Independent

For State Representative

Washington 3

TOMMY J. WALZ

Barre City

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 4

MARY S. HOOPER

Montpelier

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 4

WARREN F. KITZMILLER

Montpelier

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 6

JANET ANCEL

Calais

Democratic

For State Representative

Washington 7

MAXINE GRAD

Moretown

Democratic

For State Representative

Windham-Bennington

JOHN MORAN

Wardsboro

Democratic


Nov. 4 is creeping up fast, and working people are knocking on doors, making phone calls and making sure their friends and neighbors are registered to vote so we're electing the kind of candidates who speak for us, not CEOs and corporations. You can make a big difference this election. It's as easy as picking up the phone and telling people who matter to you what's at stake this November. Make a call today, we're counting on you! Read more >>>


While volunteers around the country are on street corners, outside of groceries stores, at bus and subway stops and elsewhere to help people register to vote, you can get started right now, right here with just one click. If we’re going to beat back the attack on working families by the likes of Mitch McConnell, Scott Walker, the Koch brothers and other extremists, all of us—you and your family and friends—must be registered to vote. Read more >>>

It's pretty frustrating seeing all the headlines that claim the economy is alive and kicking. Sure, there is economic growth and a steady increase in jobs, but what kind of jobs are we talking about exactly? Well, they aren't the kind of jobs we think of first when it comes to steady, middle-class jobs. No big surprise here, low-wage service sector jobs like those in the fast-food industry are seeing the biggest gains. Bryce Covert at The New Republic has a nice summary of what America's workers are up against when it comes to wages. Read more >>>

When President Barack Obama first announced his candidacy for president, he said: “I am running in this race because of what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. called ‘the fierce urgency of now.’ Because I believe that there’s such a thing as being too late. And that hour is almost upon us.” Like Dr. King, our president was calling on America to make real the promises of our democracy. That fierce urgency of now is here for thousands of refugee children from Central America. I know many of these kids’ stories because it is my story, too. Read more >>>

Below is a link that will take you to the "We The People" web site where you can sign a petition to save the Postal Service supported by the NALC, APWU and NPMHU. This is in support of Congressman Peter DeFazio's bill (HR 630), known as the "Postal Service Protection Act" (and the companion Senate bill, S-316, sponsored by Senator Bernie Sanders), which would:

prevent post offices from shutting down
support a comprehensive postal reform package that would end the unnecessary pre-funding of retiree health benefits
mandate six-day mail delivery
preserve overnight delivery standards
allow for creation of new streams of revenue through non-postal services
return pension overpayments to the Postal Service, and
save decent middle-class jobs.
Please take a couple of minutes to support this important effort.

Please ask your friends, family members, neighbors, Facebook "friends", etc. to show their support for the USPS by signing it.

Here's how:
Click this link.

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View the documentary by clicking HERE

Support Mission

Transport Workers (TWU) Local 527 provides support services for U.S. troops as they train and learn signal command at the Fort Gordon military base in Augusta, Ga. TWU members do everything from issuing and repairing equipment and vehicles to making sure the well water is safe to drink and the facilities are heating and cooling properly. Read the full article>>>

Vermont's leading voices for working families and the environment are united and speak with one voice when it comes to renewable in-state energy production. We, the Vermont AFL-CIO, the Vermont Building and Construction Trades Council, the Iron Workers Local 7, 350Vermont, and the Vermont Sierra Club, agree that renewable energy production is necessary if we are to become energy independent, environmentally responsible and carbon neutral.

The Vermont State Labor Council, AFL-CIO is the state federation of labor representing over 10,000 members in numrous unions throughout Vermont. The mission of the Vermont State Labor Council, AFL-CIO is to improve the lives of working families—to bring economic justice to the workplace and social justice to our state and the nation.

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