The reaction to Donald Trump's presidency win has gotten everybody wondering what the future holds. While the talk of the American election has had the whole world tuned in for months. Everybody seems to have an opinion about the newly outcome of the presidential elections.
BURLINGTON - Vermont's Lieutenant Governor race was heated last night. The race was between between Democrat David Zuckerman and Republican Randy Brock, with Zuckerman coming out on top.
Five potential candidates are fighting for two opens spots to represent the third district of caledonia county.
LYNDON - Eager residents of Lyndonville were filing into the Municipal Building early this morning as voting for this years elections began.
NEWBURY - The race for Lieutenant Governor is lined with three candidates this season; Republican Randy Brock, Progressive Democrat David Zuckerman, and Independent Boots Wardinski.
NEW HAMPSHIRE - For the first time in 16 years residents of Monroe, NH will vote on a ban that's been in place since the late 80s.
AROUND THE NEK - Towns around the Northeast Kingdom are doing the legwork before November 8 and early voting is part of the process to prepare for Election Day.
AROUND THE NEK - The Caledonia District 4 seat is up for election, and Patrick Seymour is the youngest candidate in the running.
The 19-year-old business student, farmer, and firefighter resides in Sutton. He is running as a moderate democrat to represent his hometown, as well at Lyndon and Burke, in the statehouse.
AROUND THE NEK- Election Day is only one week away, and candidates are doing their best to continue to gain supporters before they head to the polls.
Philip Aldridge is an independant candidate seeking election for one of two seats for the Caledonia County, District 3 State Representative.
Saint Johnsbury — Candidate for United States Senator Scott Milne visited the Kingdom Taproom in Saint Johnsbury to speak about his campaign. Milne was able to talk directly to community members about the issues he sees inside Washington.
LUNENBURG - The race between two candidates for State Representative for Essex-Caledonia County is well on its way. With election day coming up soon on November eighth, the two candidates decided to have a one on one debate regarding the current issues facing their district.
AROUND THE NEK - If you have been to the Waterford dump recently, you may have ran into Caledonia-1’s Republican Representative Marcia Martel.
“My favorite place to go is the dump on a Saturday morning.” Says Martel. “You see everybody, they welcome you there, and people come up and ask you questions.”
VERMONT - Two candidates are running for United States Representative in Vermont and faced off in a Vermont PBS Debate on Thursday night in Colchester.
AROUND THE NEK - Vermont will vote for their future governor on November 8. The candidates running for the major parties are Republican Phil Scott and Democrat Sue Minter, but what do each of these candidates stand for and why do they want to be your governor?
St. Johnsbury- With statewide elections right around the corner, the town of St. Johnsbury held a forum for candidates. Locals made their way to the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum to meet the candidates running for the Vermont House of Representatives.
AROUND THE NEK- You may know Jane Kitchel as one of Caledonia district’s senators, however, there’s much more to this legislator then what meets the eye.
Kitchel, 71 years old, has not allowed her life to slow down one bit. Throughout her six terms as Senator, Kitchel, has adopted serving to nine senate committees.
Around the NEK - Vermont has been ranked as the number one state with the most accessible voting for the second year in a row. The ranking was done by Ballotpedia, a nonpartisan online encyclopedia of American politics and elections.
The report ranks all fifty states in terms of access, quality of information, and response speed. The total amount of possible points to receive was 50 and Vermont received 49.
LITTLETON, NH - A small turnout of voters showed at the polls in New Hampshire yesterday as people casted their ballots to vote on the races for governor, U.S. Senate, and seats 1 and 2 for the congressional districts.
Around the Northeast Kingdom- To be President of The United States you need to be 35-years-old. Now, there is the Sutton man who is running to get a seat in the House of Representatives in Vermont that is only 19-years-old.
LYNDON- Residents in New Hampshire and Vermont hit the polls on Town Meeting Day, but not all elections are the same across the states. In the Town of Monroe, New Hampshire, the town held an election for selecting a town clerk.
CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE – Candidates from both parties have packed up their campaigns in the Granite State and headed for warmer weather. Tuesday proved a wild ride for the Democratic Party, whose “establishment candidate” in Hillary Clinton lost by over 22 percentage points to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
New Hampshire- Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Tump bounced back from his second-place finish in Iowa, as he took the victory in the New Hampshire Republican Primary. Trump received thirty-five percent of the votes, nineteen points ahead of Ohio Governor John Kasich.
PLYMOUTH, NH- Hundreds of supporters, protestors and students got together at Plymouth State College on Sunday to attend a rally for prominent Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump.
LACONIA, N.H. - Republican Candidate for President Ted Cruz headed to the Beane Conference Center in Laconia New Hampshire Thursday night. He spoke about views to around 150 people. Polls show the Granite State has Cruz in third place behind Marco Rubio and frontrunner, Donald Trump. This makes a steep climb for anyone to try and come out with the win. But it is a climb that Cruz believes he can make, even though he thinks that the media does not support him.
LEBANON, N.H. – With the New Hampshire primary looming just around the corner, New Jersey governor Chris Christie is traveling through New Hampshire feverishly in order to bolster support ahead of Tuesday’s vote.