We are pleased to present you with our first ever Candidate Inquiry Report. This report compiles information received from candidates from local and state positions in Vermont as well as responses from candidates seeking election to federal positions. The goal is to provide Vermonters with insight into the attitudes and beliefs as well as intentions … Continue reading Candidate Survey Results
Those who follow our Facebook page or local politics have likely heard that Vermont's only Black woman representative, Kiah Morris, has withdrawn from her uncontested race to represent Bennington following months of racially-charged harassment and threats. As all of this comes to a head and Kiah prepares to take legal action regarding the matter, her … Continue reading Solidarity with Kiah Morris
Saturday, November 3, 10am • meet at Speakeasy Cafe, Rutland Elections matter. Voting is a civic privilege and democratic duty, but not everyone is registered. You can help us change that. Please join us for our upcoming Get-out-the-vote canvassing event. Non-partisan and no experience necessary. Shy? Don’t worry, we won’t send you out alone. Wear … Continue reading Get-out-the-vote Canvassing
Sunday, November 11, 5:00-7:00 • Grace Congregational Church, Rutland Join us for good food and good company at our November Soul Food Sunday! Potluck dishes (sign up here!) are encouraged but not required. We'll have a 50/50 Raffle, and donations will be gratefully accepted.
On Saturday, September 22, 2018, the Rutland Area branch of the NAACP was pleased to host a forum for Vermont candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General. All of the candidates qualified to run for these offices in the November 6th General Election were invited to participate. Participants included candidates for Governor: Trevor Barlow, Christine Hallquist, Emily … Continue reading Candidate Forum successful