Progressives Appeal Court Ruling on Public Financing of Elections
May 10th, 2017
BURLINGTON, VT-The Vermont Progressive Party is pleased to announce Josh Wronski as the Party’s new … Continue reading
Authored and submitted by Steve May, of Richmond, VT.
Passed by the State Committee on March 13, 2016.
1. PREAMBLE: Vermont’s economy is changing in dramatic ways. Manufacturing jobs have largely left … Continue reading
Drafted by the VPP Labor Commission. Passed by the VPP Coordinating Committee on Feb. 4, 2016.
Whereas Governor Shumlin deliberately pushing toward imposition of contracts with VSEA Executive Branch Units, rather than working toward … Continue reading
Resolution: Make VPP the Party of Labor in Vermont
Adopted November 7, 2015, VPP State Convention
WHEREAS far too many Vermonters are currently unable to fulfill the American ideas of … Continue reading
Whereas Senator Bernie Sanders is currently seeking election as President of the United States; and
Whereas, … Continue reading
WHEREAS, Trayvon Martin was murdered at point blank range by George Zimmerman for “walking while black” in a neighborhood where Trayvon was staying with his father, after Zimmerman racially profiled and followed Trayvon, despite being … Continue reading
WHEREAS; Super PACs spent over $1 million in Vermont in the 2012 election, not only in statewide races, but also in individual legislative districts,
WHEREAS; these Super PACs spent money on behalf of both Democratic … Continue reading
WHEREAS; the economic and human cost of the climate crisis is increasing in the US and around the world,
WHEREAS; a large area of the Midwest experienced serious drought
this past summer,
WHEREAS; Hurricane … Continue reading
WHEREAS; The Vermont Progressive Party appreciates the critical role that organized labor has played in advancing higher living standards, better working conditions and greater workplace democracy for all workers; and,
WHEREAS; The Vermont Progressive Party … Continue reading
Resolved That: The Vermont Progressive Party declares itself to be in solidarity with the State, National and International Occupy Wall Street Movement and its opposition to the continuing accumulation of wealth and power in the … Continue reading
Resolved, that the delegates present at the Nov. 19, 2011 VPP Convention support the efforts of local citizens in Vermont towns to place before voters at their Town Meetings in March 2012 the following article … Continue reading