Wygmans Re-elected State’s Attorney After Two-Day Recount

Wygmans Re-elected  State’s Attorney After Two-Day Recount

By CAROLINE KAPP

November 29, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

A team of volunteers comes together to recount the ballots for Addison County's State Attorney.

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

Community Joins Nation to Rally for Mueller

By JAMES FINN

November 15, 2018


Filed under Local

Residents Support Mueller Inquiry.

A Press for the People

By MATT SMITH

November 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion

While the president’s disregard for the truth is troubling, his blatant disrespect and animosity for the press is even more disconcerting.

The Center Will Hold: Madeleine Kunin Reflects on Aging and Optimism in Politics

The Center Will Hold: Madeleine Kunin Reflects on Aging and Optimism in Politics

By KENZO OKAZAKI

November 1, 2018


Filed under News

Madeleine Kunin, the only female governor of Vermont reads from her memoir at Middlebury, noting the adversity and challenges women in politics face today.

Vermont Leads Nation in Voter Registration Rate, Topping 90%

Vermont Leads Nation in Voter Registration Rate, Topping 90%

By HATTIE LEFAVOUR

November 1, 2018


Filed under Election 2018, Local

Vermont reaches a record high voting registration.

From Middlebury to Midterms Organizing

From Middlebury to  Midterms Organizing

By HANNAH BRISTOL and TEDDY SMYTH

November 1, 2018


Filed under Election 2018, Opinion

Through our experiences with student organizing, we realized how powerful young people are when we mobilize and turn out.

Rep. Kiah Morris Resigns Amid Slew of Racial Harrassment and Threats

Rep. Kiah Morris Resigns Amid Slew of Racial Harrassment  and Threats

By NORA PEACHIN

October 11, 2018


Filed under Local

Representative Kiah Morris resigns due to racial harassment.

Election Season Brings Campaigns to Campus

By Grant Olcott

February 24, 2016


Filed under News

Campaign trips, debate watching parties and a cardboard cutout of Hillary Clinton in Atwater Dining Hall: all signs that the nation’s political energy has struck campus. In preparation for November, membership and involvement in a variety of clubs, lectures and classes has increased as students find...

Sophomore Seeks State Office

Sophomore Seeks State Office

By Philip Bohlman

February 26, 2014


Filed under News

A native Vermonter, Calvin McEathron ’16 grew up on a small farm 10 minutes from Montpelier, the state capital. In an interview, McEathron said he has been passionate about politics since his freshman year of high school, when controversial legislation on the operation of Vermont Yankee, the state’s...

Vermonters Celebrate Obama’s Inauguration in D.C.

Vermonters Celebrate Obama’s Inauguration in D.C.

By Winnie Yeung

February 13, 2013


Filed under Local

  More than 1.2 million people gathered in the National Mall to watch President Barack Obama’s swearing-in on Jan. 21. Before the official celebrations began, though, the numerous Vermonters in Washington, D.C. decided to kickstart the festival in Vermont style. On the night before the offici...

College Political Groups React to Election

By Joe Flaherty

November 14, 2012


Filed under Features

The 2012 election may be over, but the College Democrats and College Republicans are already looking ahead. On Nov. 6 the two clubs hosted Election Night at the Grille to watch the results come in. “It was packed – there were so many people, which was great. I think [Professor of Political Science and Departme...

Lt. Governor Rides to Second Term

By Winnie Yeung

November 14, 2012


Filed under Local

View Phil Scott's Bike Tour in a Larger Map. How do Vermont politicians campaign? In addition to the typical flyers, television commercials, Facebook fan pages and websites, Vermont politicians find engaging ways to infuse their campaigns with “green mountain flavor” to appeal to the sensibilities of th...

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