Author: John Quinn

NFIB/VT Small Business Members Endorse Phil Scott for Governor

Nation’s largest small business association says, on the issues important to Vermont’s small businesses, Phil Scott is the clear choice in this election Montpelier, Vt. – The National Federation of Independent Business/Vermont (NFIB/VT), the largest small business association in the country, endorsed Phil Scott for Governor. “Lt. Governor Scott has repeatedly voiced the importance ofRead More

Bennington Banner Endorses Phil Scott for Governor

Bennington Banner Endorses Phil Scott for Governor Paper’s editorial board credits Scott’s knowledge and understanding of the challenges Vermont faces Middlesex, Vt. – The Bennington Banner today endorsed Phil Scott for Governor, citing his understanding of how small businesses across industries work, and noting that this understanding will help improve the economy. In its endorsement,Read More

High Road to Victory Tour Hightails into Days 6

Montpelier, Vt. – Phil Scott’s High Road to Victory Tour picks up speed going into the final stretch before the 14 county sprint on Monday. “I am very proud of the campaign we have run and all of the work we have put in – it is unrivaled in this election,” said Scott. “Over theRead More

High Road to Victory Tour Building Momentum into Day 5

High Road to Victory Tour Building Momentum into Day 5 Montpelier, Vt. – After another long day of visiting businesses, meeting with Vermonters, and enjoying local fare, the High Road to Victory Tour continues to build energy around Phil Scott’s priorities: growing the economy; making Vermont more affordable; and investing in pro-growth initiatives like early education,Read More

Planned Parenthood’s risky gamble with Scott/Minter race

St. Albans Messenger Editorial: In the 2010 gubernatorial race between Democrat Peter Shumlin and Republican Brian Dubie, neither candidate won the required 50 percent, forcing the General Assembly to confirm Mr. Shumlin as the victor when it convened in January. Mr. Dubie’s razor-thin loss was attributed to a variety of causes, but none was more damagingRead More