Primary contests prompt local candidates to raise more funds

Addison-3 House hopeful Robert North and Tim Lueders-Dumont, a candidate for Addison County state’s attorney, had raised the most campaign donations as of the Aug. 1 filing deadline for candidates vying for General Assembly and county posts this fall.

Kramer raises $7k for ACSD board race

CORNWALL — Campaign finance records filed with the Vermont Secretary of State on Feb. 20 show that Addison Central School District board candidate Chris Kramer had raised $7,025 and spent $6,257 in his effort to win a three-year seat representing Cornwall … (read more)

Local candidates raised, spent far less than in 2018

ADDISON COUNTY — Addison County candidates who ran for the Vermont Statehouse and for high bailiff raised and spent far less than they collectively did two years ago, and the COVID-19 pandemic undoubtedly had a lot to do with it. Candidates for the two st … (read more)

COVID-19, extended session pinch campaign warchests

ADDISON COUNTY — Local candidates vying for state and county offices this fall are off to a slow start in fundraising this year, and it’s pretty obvious why.  The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically curtailed conventional campaigning — including door-to … (read more)