WEST BARNET- With election day drawing closer, the candidates are reaching out to the public to share their views for the future of Vermont. Residents were able to ask the candidates questions at a forum in West Barnet last night.
Roy C. Vance is running for Assistant Judge of Caledonia County for his final term. The incumbent candidate first ran for the position in 1987, and has been on the bench for twenty eight years.
AROUND THE NEK- There are only two seats open for Assistant Judge of Caledonia County, and current Town Manager of St. Johnsbuy, John Hall, is running for that position.
Around the NEK -- A Caledonia-Washington District is looking for a state representative in this election season. Catherine “Kitty” Beattie Toll, the Democratic representative of Vermont State House, is running for the single seat of this district unopposed. This district includes Cabot, Danville and Peacham.
VERMONT - Incumbent Bob South, Democrat, is going head to head with three other candidates who are in the running for State Representative. Currently, there are two open seats for State Representative in Caledonia District Three.
VERMONT — Republican Martha “Marty” Feltus is one of the two candidates running for the State House in the Caledonia District 4, including Burke, Lyndon and Sutton. Republican Richard “Dick” Lawrence is another candidate for this position.
VERMONT— Richard “Dick” Lawrence is a Republican representative running for the State House for his fourth term in the Caledonia District 4. He has been a representative for the last ten years.
VERMONT– Incumbent Joe Benning is running for State Senate, again. He is seeking out his third term representing Caledonia County.
ST. JOHNSBURY-The owner of Rumuntos in St. Johnsbury wants to be a state senator for Caledonia County.
CALEDONIA DISTRICT - Senator Jane Kitchel is an incumbent, who is running for Senator for the District of Caledonia. She been in the senate since 2004 and has over 40 years of public serivce experience under her belt.
BURLINGTON - Senator Bernie Sanders and Congressman Peter Welch were re-elected in landslide victories on Election Night.
Both candidates were at the Democratic results party to meet with supporters and fellow candidates.
MONTPELIER - Republican Phil Scott will remain the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont for the next two years.
In what was the only major victory for the GOP, Scott will continue to work along side Governor Peter Shumlin due to past success and unique campaigning.
BURLINGTON - Peter Shumlin will remain Governor of Vermont after winning the race over Republican candidate, Randy Brock.
With 99 percent of the state's precincts reporting, Shumlin won the race with 170,482 votes to Brock's 110,612 votes. This accounted to 58% Shumlin to 38% Brock.
LYNDON – A steady stream of cars poured into the municipal building in Lyndon today, as people got up early to cast their ballot in Tuesday’s presidential election.
LYNDONVILLE- On today's ballot, there are four specific candidates running for State Representative from Calendonia 4. The candidates have been busy putting up signs all over town during the past couple of weeks, speaking with the community and sharing their thoughts and ideas with others.
AROUND THE NEK - The race for state auditor is heating up, seeing as Vermont's current state auditor Tom Salmon chose to not run for re-election. The candidates running for the vacant position are Doug Hoffer and Vince Illuzzi.
AROUND THE NEK - The race for Caledonia 1 State Representative this election is between Democrat Claudette Sortion and Republican Incumbent Leigh Larocque.
Check out the rest of Sarah Copeland-Hanzas' interview after the jump.
Check out the rest of Mary Daly's interview after the jump.
AROUND THE NEK - Voters in the towns of Bradford, Fairlee and West Fairlee will be going to the polls in just a few days to choose their Vermont State House Representative.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Democrat Doug Hoffer will face Republican Senator Vincent Illuzzi and Jerry Levy of the Liberty Union party for the position of state auditor on election day.
Current Auditor of Accounts Tom Salmon will not be running for re-election.
LYNDON - Vince Illuzzi sat down with News 7 reporter, Phil Alexander, in the Lyndon State College Library to talk about his campaign and and opponents for the State Auditor position.
Illuzzi response to Doug Hoffer's statement that he has been know to improperly record meetings and documents.
LYNDON - Vince Illuzzi stopped by Lyndon State College to talk to News 7 reporter, Phil Alexander.
During his candidacy for State Auditor, Illuzzi is focusing his campaign on the idea of using tax payer dollars wisely.
CALEDONIA COUNTY - House District candidates hit the streets to get their name and voice out to the public as election day approaches.
Democrat Michelle Fay, Republican Gary Reis, and Democrat Robert South will be all be running for two seats in the Caledonia-3 District. Reis and South currently hold the two seats.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Election day is right around the corner and St. Johnsbury town clerk Stacy Jewell says the turnout of Vermonters registering to vote this year was good.