RESULTS: Zuckerman wins lt. governor’s race

April McCullum , Free Press Staff Writer 1:52 p.m. EST November 9, 2016 David Zuckerman wrapped up victory in the Vermont lieutenant governor’s race late on election night, becoming the first Progressive Party politician to take the state’s No. 2 office. Zuckerman, who ran on a hybrid Progressive/Democratic ticket, said his Republican opponent Randy Brock called shortly

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Zuckerman Releases Second TV Ad

BURLINGTON: With less than two weeks until the election only one candidate for Lt. Governor is hitting the airwaves with a positive message. Republican Randy Brock has run radio and TV ads attacking Progressive/Democrat David Zuckerman’s character and employing a Washington-style fear strategy to gain votes. Meanwhile, Sen. David Zuckerman is sticking with Michelle Obama’s

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Editorial: For lieutenant governor, Zuckerman

Free Press Editorial Board  12:06 a.m. EDT October 16, 2016 (Photo: YUKI SOGA/FREE PRESS) The Burlington Free Press editorial board recommends David Zuckerman for lieutenant governor of Vermont. Zuckerman’s status as a Progressive/Democrat who puts the “P” first in his affiliation says that he will bring a different perspective to the office, as well as

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Zuckerman Campaign Fact-Checks Opponent’s Charges

BURLINGTON, VT – The race for Vermont’s second in command is heating up a month before the November 8th election. Republican Randy Brock has released two negative radio ads that attack the character of his opponent Sen. David Zuckerman (Progressive/Democrat). Zuckerman says his opponent is out-of-touch on the issues Vermonters care about so he has

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State NEA endorses Zuckerman in Lieutenant Governor’s race

AUG. 18, 2016, 5:26 PM BY JASPER CRAVEN The board of directors for the Vermont division of the National Education Association endorsed Dave Zuckerman for lieutenant governor Thursday, declaring he would be the best choice for students, schools and families. “Whether it’s ensuring that all children get an outstanding public education or insisting that working

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Zuckerman grabs progressive nomination as write-in

Sen. David Zuckerman, who won the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor, has also secured the backing of the Progressive Party. Zuckerman won the Progressive Party primary, defeating Boots Wardinski, whose name was on the ballot, by winning more votes as a write-in candidate than Wardinski received at the polls. According to Secretary of State Jim

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David Zuckerman wins Democratic nod for Lieutenant Governor

by Terri Hallenbeck August 10, 2016 Sen. David Zuckerman (P/D-Chittenden) pulled off a surprisingly strong win Tuesday in the Democratic race for lieutenant governor. After securing a late-in-the-game endorsement from U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) last week, Zuckerman went on to defeat House Speaker Shap Smith (D-Morristown) and Rep. Kesha Ram (D-Burlington) in the Democratic Party primary.

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Zuckerman edges Smith to claim Democratic nod for No. 2

AUG. 10, 2016, 12:47 AM BY MORGAN TRUE AND ANNE GALLOWAY BURLINGTON — In what may be a sign of just how far Bernie Sanders has pulled Vermont to the left, a Progressive state senator appears to have defeated a Democratic Party stalwart and four-term House speaker in the primary race for lieutenant governor. With

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Zuckerman prevails in Democratic Lt. Gov. primary race

By STEVE ZIND • AUG 10, 2016 Chittenden County Senator David Zuckerman will face former state senator and state auditor Republican Randy Brock in the lieutenant governor’s race in November. Zuckerman bested two fellow legislators to win the Democratic primary. “Associated Press has just called the Lieutenant Governor’s race and I won the Democratic Primary!” a jubilant Zuckerman told

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Democrats Rally Behind Minter, Zuckerman

By TAYLOR DOBBS At the Democratic Party’s unity rally Wednesday morning, the party prepared for its effort to put the first woman in the governor’s office since Madeleine Kunin left it in 1991. The Democratic campaign for governor didn’t get as divisive as on the Republican side, but there were some rhetorical spats about corporate campaign

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