Elder floats a 2024 race for governor

Though more than a year away, Vermont’s 2024 gubernatorial election already has another prospective candidate.

Bristol area returns its state reps to Montpelier

Democratic incumbents Caleb Elder of Starksboro and Mari Cordes of Lincoln were re-elected on Tuesday and will keep their Vermont House seats representing the Addison-4 district.

Letter to the editor: County legislative team endorses Becca Balint

We have personal experience working with Becca in the Legislature; we have seen her listen to multiple viewpoints to understand, collaborate with others to move legislation forward, and tackle tough issues head on.

Letter to the editor: Copland Hanzas earns support

We support Sarah Copland Hanzas for Secretary of State because of her values, her integrity, and her hard work to support democratic principles and the environment.

Legislative Review: Education landscape changing fast

We are living through a transformational moment in public preK-12 education. This is true at county, state and national levels. Recently in Addison County, each of our three unified school districts has considered the closure of elementary, middle and hig … (read more)

Elder resigns from MAUSD school board

STARKSBORO — Caleb Elder has resigned from the Mount Abraham Unified School District Board. “At this point, I don’t feel like I am able to continue in this role for the rest of my term,” Elder wrote to board chair Dawn Griswold in a March 10 email tenderi … (read more)

Bristol-area Reps. Elder and Cordes keep seats

ADDISON COUNTY — Incumbents Caleb Elder (D-Starksboro) and Mari Cordes (D-Lincoln) on Tuesday won re-election to their Vermont House seats in the Addison-4 district, which comprises Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton and Starksboro. Of the 11,343 votes cast, Elder … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Vote for incumbents Cordes, Elder in Addison-4

We appreciated the convenience, safety, and security of voting early this election. We received our ballots automatically from the Secretary of State because we were already registered voters and we promptly filled them out and hand-delivered them to the … (read more)