Despite what others have been saying, she has the best national and international experience for U.S. Congress.
Four of the candidates vying for Vermont’s open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives participated in a virtual July 19 Congressional Candidate Forum on Food & Agriculture to discuss the most pressing issues in the state’s food and farming sectors.
In the Democratic primary battle of Vermont’s lone congressional seat, Democrats — and all others who intend to vote in this important primary — must take a step back from their political partisanship and look at the bigger picture.
Wow! The Lynn Gang strikes again! Or, Who’s Afraid of Becca? Or, does the unsinkable Molly Gray actually have a few holes in her boat?
As an environmentalist, nonprofit professional and expecting mother, I feel that Molly is best qualified to get to work tackling my top policy priorities.
Each of the four top Democrats vying to succeed U.S. Rep. Peter Welch as the state’s lone Congressional representative is working hard to craft a unique appeal to voters.
Lt. Gov. Molly Gray’s announcement that she is a candidate for Vermont’s open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives means that there will also be an open seat campaign for lieutenant governor next year.
BURLINGTON — Early Monday morning, Vermont Lt. Gov. Molly Gray declared her candidacy for Vermont’s lone congressional seat being vacated by Congressman Peter Welch. A lifelong Vermonter, Gray, 37, was born and raised in South Newbury, Vt., on a vegetable … (read more)
RIPTON — Lt. Gov. Molly Gray wasn’t even in office six years ago when Act 46 — Vermont’s school governance consolidation law — took effect.But she’s starting to learn during her first year on the job that Act 46 is becoming increasingly unpopular — partic … (read more)
MIDDLEBURY — Molly Gray has already traveled the world as a Red Cross worker, extending humanitarian aid to nations in need. Now, at age 36, Gray has set firm roots in her native Vermont, which she will serve for at least the next two years as lieutenant … (read more)
ADDISON COUNTY — Addison County voters turned out in record numbers on Tuesday to follow statewide trends in endorsing presidential candidate Joe Biden, Gov. Phil Scott and Lt. Gov.-elect Molly Gray. Addison County’s turnout was 78.15%, according to the V … (read more)
Molly Gray is exactly the right person that Vermont needs now to be our next Lieutenant Governor — intelligent, grounded in the Vermont experience, but with a level of international exposure that has prepared her to tackle the job. Molly will bring an ene … (read more)
As Vermonters consider which candidates will move Vermont forward over the next decade, the most crucial issues revolve around the state’s demographic challenges. We need leaders to not only stem the flow of young Vermonters leaving the state, but who kno … (read more)
The Vermont Secretary of State’s Office will begin mailing General Election ballots to voters at the end of next week. All active registered voters in Vermont will receive a ballot by mail between Sept. 21 and Oct. 1. Active registered voters are those w … (read more)