Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Meet the Candidates Forum

Seven Windsor County Senate candidates plus two House candidates from Cavendish and Weathersfield (Windsor 2) answered questions about marijuana, opiates, education. act 250, health insurance, taxes, jobs, taxes,  and economic development.

Vermont State Senate, Windsor District General Election, 2016
Party Candidate
    Democratic Alice Nitka Incumbent
    Democratic Alison Clarkson
    Democratic Richard McCormack Incumbent
    Republican Randy Gray
    Republican Mark Donka
    Republican Jack Williams
    Independent Scott Woodward

Incumbent John Campbell (D) did not seek re-election.

The Evelyn Antonivich Meet the Candidates Forum was held tonight Oct. 11 at the Weathersfield Center Meeting House in Weathersfield.

Dick McCormack (D) with his wife Cindy Willard Metcalf
Bethel (She was born and raised in Springfield)

Scott Woodward (I)
South Royalton

Alison Clarkson (D)

Jack WIlliams (R)

Mark Donka (R)                                            Alice Nitka (D)
Hartford                                                   Ludlow
www.markdonkaforvt.com                     legislature.vermont.gov/people/single/2016/14612

Randy Gray (R)

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