Monday, November 7, 2016

Phil Scott in Springfield this morning

Republican candidate for governor Phil Scott was in Springfield the day before election day. But not for long, his busy schedule called for stops in all 14 Vermont counties in 14 hours.

Randy Brock running for Lieutenant Governor was also in town with Phil Scott today. Local candidate for the Vermont House Scott Frye at his side.

14 County Sign Wave Times and Locations 
November 7 @ 4:00 am - 9:00 pm


Berlin, VT Maplewood Vermont Travelers Service Center at I-89 Exit 7 From 4:30-5:00 am

Morrisville, VT Across from Hannaford’s shopping plaza From 5:25 -5:55am

Orleans, VT park and ride at 5 and 58 From 6:25-6:55am

Island Pond, VT Legion parking lot, From 7:10- 7:40am

St. Johnsbury, VT at Twin State Ford From 8:10 – 8:40am

Bradford, VT at intersection of 5 and 25b, From 8:55- 9:25am

White River Junction, VT at the Station (bus terminal),From 9:45 – 10:10am

Springfield, VT at Nortrax From 10:30- 11:00am (300 Clinton Street)

Brattleboro, VT Bond Auto Part From 11:25- 11:55am

Bennington, VT at the tourist center(deer park) from 12:45- 1:15pm

Rutland, VT at the road in front of Hannafords, From 2:00- 2:30pm

Middlebury, VT at Foster Motors from 3:00- 3:30pm

South Burlington, VT at Goss Dodge, 4:00- 4:30pm

South Hero, VT at Apple Island General Store at Apple Tree Bay From 5:00-5:30pm

St. Albans, VT at the park 5:45 – 6:15 at the Park (following this they will meet up at 14th Star Brewery 133 N Main St #7, St Albans City, VT 05478 from 6-9 for a celebration).

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