Local lawmakers helm five committees

Addison County lawmakers will wield significant influence in shaping the state’s legislative agenda for the next two years, as our local delegation has snagged three committee chairmanships in the House and two in the Senate.

Addison-3 incumbents Lanpher and Birong coast to victory

Addison-3 Vermont House District incumbents Diane Lanpher and Matt Birong, both Vergennes Democrats, cruised to re-election on Tuesday over a pair of Republican challengers, Rob North of Ferrisburgh and James McClay of New Haven.

Letter to the editor: Lanpher, Birong merit re-election

With politicians, what you see is not always what you get.

Letter to the editor: Ayer supports Diane Lanpher

I was proud to vote for Diane Lanpher today to be one of my State Representatives, representing Addison, Panton, Ferrisburgh, New Haven, and Vergennes in Montpelier.

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.

Addison-3 incumbents reelected

VERGENNES — Addison-3 Reps. Diane Lanpher and Matt Birong, both D-Vergennes, cruised to re-election on Tuesday over two GOP challengers.  Lanpher won her seventh term to the Vermont House of Representatives, while Birong will return to Montpelier for his … (read more)