Progressives Appeal Court Ruling on Public Financing of Elections
May 10th, 2017
While Democratic and Republican leaders continue to pass the buck on implementing progressive legislation to support the needs of ordinary Vermonters, our Progressive State Representatives Have been hard at work fighting for … Continue reading
Now that we are two thirds of the way through the legislative session, I wanted to give you an update on where we stand on a few key pieces of Progressive supported … Continue reading
Sunday, February 19th
1 pm to 4 pm
Location: Edmunds Elementary School (299 Main St, Burlington)
The Women’s Caucus will meet for a potluck lunch at 11:30 am at Emma … Continue reading
The following is from Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, Chair of the House Progressive Caucus. Robin also responded to Scott’s budget via Facebook Live immediately following the budget address. You can find his video response at the bottom of … Continue reading
Executive Director, Vermont Progressive Party
Montpelier, VT – Some Progressives are questioning Governor Phil Scott’s executive order combining the Departments of Labor and Commerce.
“Efficiency in government and … Continue reading
This is a press release from the Burlington Progressive Committee.
BURLINGTON, VT-The Vermont Progressive Party is pleased to announce Josh Wronski as the Party’s new … Continue reading
“We, the workers of AFSCME local 1674 at the Howard Center, stand in full solidarity with Vermont state employees in their demand that the state bargain with them in good faith.
Like state … Continue reading
Speakers from VPP’s March 16 press conference in support of a fair contract for state workers:
- Mari Cordes, VPP CoCo ( VT Federation of Nurses & Health Professionals / AFT)
- Jim Fouts, member of Teamsters