No, Vermont’s incumbent governor hasn’t declared he’s a candidate for re-election in 2020. But he has sent out fundraising letters. A 2018 campaign aide said he’s keeping his options open.Read more
Former Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee, 2016 candidate for Vermont governor, bought the ceremonial first purchase at a new marijuana “dispensary” in Massachusetts this week.Read more
Former Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe (Democrat), farmer/author John Klar (Republican) and convicted sex offender and National Lawyers Guild member Doug Cavett (D/R) so far are the only three candidates to announce they will run for governor in 2020.Read more
Amid criticism from pro-2A Vermonters that he won't seek to repeal recent gun control laws, gubernatorial candidate John Klar stresses that he won't be pushing or signing any new gun laws.
The Vermont Democratic this week launches a strategic poll to determine who the real front-runner is among the possible candidates for governor. At present the only Dem candidate is former Education Secretary Rebecca Holcombe. Will Zuckerman, TJ Donovan, or an outsider like GMP Prez Mary Powell jump in?Read more
John Klar of Brookfield, the farmer/author who as of this week is a candidate for the GOP nomination for governor, explains why he once supported Bernie and Obama - but has since seen the light.Read more
John Klar, the 'Agrepublican' farmer from Brookfield who is also a former lawyer, defended overtaxed Vermonters from what he called a "bloodsucking" state government.Read more
The Vermont Democratic Party doesn't like where John Klar stands on abortion and transgender surgery. Lots of name-calling. Klar's position on abortion is essentially a "meet in the middle" compromise that would stop third-trimester abortions. So - who's out of step with the average Vermonter: Farmer John, or the Vermont Democratic Party?Read more
VT Digger pundit calls GOP gubernatorial candidate John Klar a 'rural populist' with some surprising policy goals - for a conservative.
A farmer/lawyer from Brookfield, John Klar, stood on the State House steps with a crowd behind him and announced he will run for the Republican nomination for governor.