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
The four issues listed below constitute a policy list designated as VPP’s top priorities by the Progressive Party’s state Coordinating Committee. Below you’ll also find a list of priorities from each Progressive legislator. This legislative … Continue reading
Sunday evening Progressive Party members … Continue reading
The Vermont Progressive Party Coordinating Committee has hired Kelly Mangan of Burlington to be the Party’s new Elections Director as of July 7th, 2014.
BURLINGTON – Selene Colburn will seek the Progressive nomination for the City Council seat being vacated by outgoing Ward 1 Councilor Kevin Worden. Selene, a librarian at the University of Vermont and a Trustee on … Continue reading
On Saturday, Progressives gathered at the Capital City Grange in Berlin for the final stage of the 2013 reorganization process, their State Convention. Over 125 people attended the event and 73 ballots were cast by … Continue reading
MONTPELIER, VT – A new report from the State Auditor’s Office finds problems with the State’s purchasing and oversight of cell-phone services. State Auditor Doug Hoffer said, “The State’s current system is decentralized and does … Continue reading
MONTPELIER, VT – Spending on health care for in-state prisoners was $4.2 million over budget for the last three years, according to an audit released today by State Auditor Doug Hoffer.
The Department of Corrections … Continue reading