Guest editorial: Legislature dealt with a large number of vetoes

Last week, the legislature reconvened for a special summer veto session — a time to review the bills that the governor vetoed and vote on whether those vetoes should be overridden.

Lt. Gov. Zuckerman: Let’s work hard like sugarmakers

On Jan. 5, I was sworn in as Vermont’s 83rd Lieutenant Governor. I wanted to share with you an abbreviated version of the remarks I gave to the Senate after I officially stepped into this familiar role.

Letter to the editor: What is Gov. Scott’s ‘affordability’ in reality?

In this last week’s debate, I heard Gov. Scott brag about increasing “affordability” by reducing taxes by $70 million. Sounds great, but what does it really mean, who benefits? The veto cut $50 million that was earmarked to pay down the state employee pen … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Issues say vote for Zuckerman

I urge all Vermonters to vote for David Zuckerman for Governor. He is by far the best candidate and will fight for economic, environmental and racial justice for all of us. We need someone to support policies that address our environmental crisis, create … (read more)

Zuckerman, Gray, Scott carry county

ADDISON COUNTY — Addison County voters during Tuesday’s primary elections followed statewide trends in picking Democrat Dave Zuckerman and Republican Phil Scott as their nominees for governor, and Democrat Molly Gray and Republican Scott Milne as the fina … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Zuckerman is the best candidate

David Zuckerman envisions a Vermont for All where everyone is an honored guest at the table. Women are secure in their right to choose and in their right to earn fair pay. People of Color lead us in facing and dealing with implicit bias. Native People sho … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Zuckerman is the governor we need in these times

David Zuckerman is the best person for the job of Governor. David has a great understanding of the workings of government due to his nearly 20 years of service as a representative, senator and as our current Lt. Governor. He is a farmer, so understands th … (read more)

Letter to the editor: The ‘two Daves’ deserve your vote on primary day

If you drive by my house, you’ll note that a Black Lives Matter sign is front and center, flanked by signs promoting two Daves: Zuckerman for Governor and Silberman for High Bailiff. Dave Zuckerman deserves our vote for Governor not just because of his st … (read more)

Zuckerman seeks promotion to governor

MIDDLEBURY — Vermont Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman was still an undergraduate student at the University of Vermont in 1995 when he made his first bid for a seat in the Chittenden 3-4 Vermont House district. He fell around 60 votes short at the time, but broke … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Zuckerman best suited to make strides on healthcare

If there is one thing that this new virus has made abundantly clear is the importance of healthcare for everybody. I listen to Gov. Scott’s weekly press conferences, and I am grateful that he is taking a thoughtful, measured, and science-based approach to … (read more)

Eric Davis: Zuckerman leaves his comfort zone

Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman’s decision to run for governor can be viewed from multiple angles, each offering different insights. Zuckerman’s decision is not without risk to his future political career. He could have remained lieutenant governor, been re-elec … (read more)

Zuckerman to join Bristol panel on pot laws

BRISTOL — The Vermont Cannabis Organization will host Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman and a panel of industry experts to discuss the current status of cannabis tax and regulation legislation in Montpelier during a business networking event on Sunday a … (read more)

Editorial: Zuckerman’s entry adds vigor to Dem’s chances to oust Scott

Speculation that Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman, a Progressive/Democrat, will run for governor of Vermont brings renewed vigor to the effort to defeat two-term Republican Gov. Phil Scott. That’s because Zuckerman has won two statewide campaigns as lieutenant go … (read more)