Monthly Archives: February 2017

Candidate for Select Board

It is with enthusiasm and passion that I seek a position on the Cambridge Select Board. As you may know, Cambridge has a three member Select Board with staggered three year terms. The member whose term is up this year … Continue reading

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Meeting Pastor Pete

I have been visiting the Vermont State House in Montpelier this past week. It’s a great place to meet interesting people! Every day brings new people. Wednesday, February 15, for example, featured the annual reception in the State House cafeteria … Continue reading

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Orange-1 recount: A suggestion

The previous six posts have discussed the recount of the election in the Orange-1 district in the Vermont House of Representatives, and my concerns with the process. In this post I make a suggestion for consideration. See the report dated … Continue reading

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Orange-1 recount: My view

In the previous five posts I discussed the facts in the case of the Orange-1 recount, and four issues that I see in this matter. Elections are often not as perfect as one would like. The important thing is to … Continue reading

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Orange-1 recount: Issue 4

The fourth issue in the Orange-1 recount is whether or not the legislative branch of Vermont government is properly doing its job in this matter. The Vermont Constitution says that the House of Representatives “shall have power to … judge of the elections … Continue reading

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Orange-1 recount: Issue 3

The third issue in the Orange-1 recount is whether or not the executive branch of Vermont government is properly doing its job in this matter. The Office of the Secretary of State plays a major role in overseeing elections. In … Continue reading

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Orange-1 recount: Issue 2

The second issue in the Orange-1 recount matter is timeliness. It is now more than three months after the general election on November 8, 2016 and there is still no final decision in the election for the second representative from … Continue reading

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