Vermont’s Progressives, largely avoided the lurch to the right witnessed across the country with Tuesday’s general election.
All five Progressive incumbents seeking re-election were returned to office. Brattleboro Representatives Sarah Edwards and Mollie Burke ran unopposed. This will be Mollie’s second term in Montpelier, and Sarah’s fifth, making her the senior member of the Progressive caucus.… Read more ...
Representatives Sandy Haas and David Zuckerman, who were elected as Progressives and caucus with the Progressive Party in the state legislature, were interviewed on Vermont Public Radio. Listen here. The program description:
Vermont’s Progressive Party holds five seats in the House of Representatives, and major party status in the Fall 2010 elections.
Vermont Progressive Party State Representative Sandy Haas posted the following at the Prog Blog:
In his December 16 St. Albans Messenger editorial, Emerson Lynn asserted that the Vermont legislature should not “waste time” talking about health care reform. That, of course, is the position of the 40 Republicans in the U.S.… Read more ...
The Vermont Progressives re-elected four state legislators this year, but lost two seats. The Progressive party legislators who were re-elected are Susan Davis, Sarah Edwards, David Zuckerman, and Sandy Haas.
Additionally, as previously reported here , Richard Carroll was elected to the Arkansas legislature as a Green.