Worth Knowing: What offices/candidates are you voting for in Vermont on November 6?
Vermont is holding elections for one U.S. Senate seat, one U.S. House seat, governor and five other state executive positions, all 30 state senate seats, and all 150 state house seats.
U.S. Senate Seat: Two-term independent Senator Bernie Sanders is running for re-election. Sanders is one of two independent members of Congress and is a self-described democratic socialist. Sanders is running against Republican Lawrence Zupan and Independent Brad Peacock.
U.S. House Seat: Incumbent Democrat Peter Welch is running for reelection against Republican Anya Tynio, Independent Cris Ericson and Liberty Union Party Laura Potter.
Governor's Office: Incumbent Republican Governor Phil Scott will run against Democrat Christine Hallquist, Earth Rights Party Stephen Marx, Liberty Union Party Emily Peyton, and Independents Trevor Barlow, Cris Ericson (yup, he's also running for Congress) and Charles Laramie.
The other offices and candidates are too many to list. So go check out this Wikipedia article on the Vermont November 2018 Election for a list of all offices and candidates.
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