Barb Prine, Burlington
Susan Hatch Davis, Washington
Carl Davis, Westfield, 802.454.0136
Carl has worked for the Department of Corrections for more than 13 years serving as a facility superintendent and Probation & Parole district manager. He was chairman for the Orleans Northern Essex Community Partnership, a shelter director, a National Guardsman, and is currently the owner of a small business. In 2014 Carl ran for state representative in Orleans 2, and may run again in the future. He is currently a member of the VPP's Elections Committee.
Adam Norton, Montpelier, 802.355.7534
Adam is a class-conscious young Vermonter who grew up in Essex Center. He is a first-generation college graduate, receiving a BA in Social Sciences and Global Studies from Lyndon State College in 2012. Adam has been actively involved in many campaigns for social and economic justice, including increasing State support for public colleges and advocating for single-payer healthcare. Adam became heavily involved in the Progressive Party during the 2011 legislative session as Rep. Chris Pearson’s intern and also worked on Doug Hoffer’s successful campaign for State Auditor. Adam served as the Essex Town Chair and has been a member of the State Committee since 2011. Adam works for the VSEA as a Strategic Analyst, lobbying on behalf of Vermont State Employees, bargaining contracts and providing campaign research.
Michael Kane, Vergennes, 802.393.9584
Michael Kane was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and remained in Ohio until 2012. Mike graduated from the University of Dayton in 2000 with a degree in both Secondary Education, and History with a minor in Political Science. Mike earned his Masters in Education for Counseling from John Carroll University in 2009. He spent 12 years in education, serving as both a high school Social Studies teacher, and a guidance counselor. While in Ohio, Mike served as a building representative for local teacher unions and helped gather signatures to fight the Anti-Collective Barganing legislation in 2010. Repeated budget cuts in Ohio led Mike and his wife Jessica to Vermont to find employment in 2012. Mike has been active in the Progressive Party as part of the State Committee from Franklin County since 2013. Mike and Jessica recently moved to Vergennes, and Mike is now part of the Addison County Committee. In 2015 Mike joined the Communications Committee, and is currently working on revitalizing that group. Though he is now a New Englander, Mike remains an ardent supporter of all Cleveland Sports teams, even if they continue to disappoint. In his spare time, Mike enjoys photography, gaming, cooking, and going on adventures with Jessica and their wonderful dog Lizzie.
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