Governor Jim Douglas today signed into law a $595 million transportation bill at the Miller Brook Bridge project in Stowe. The fiscal year 2011 transportation budget contains record spending for bridge rehabilitation and repair, as well as record or near record sums for other transportation programs, including rail and paving.“These investments continue the strong commitment we’ve made to our physical infrastructure in recent years,” Governor Douglas said. “This transportation budget will generously fund many priorities, such as paving, bridges and rail, and create jobs across the state. I thank Chairman Mazza, Chairman Brennan and the Transportation committees, as well as Secretary Dill and his team at AOT, for their strong commitment to Vermont’s physical infrastructure.”The fiscal year 2011 bridge expenditure of $113.2 million is a record sum, and represents the first time the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s bridge budget has topped $100 million. This represents a $19.3 million increase (21 percent) over the previous high in fiscal year 2010. In addition to all the work that will be done through the bridge appropriation, the transportation bill also funds an additional $5.8 million worth of town-highway structures grants. These are grants that will be awarded directly to towns for rehab, repair and replacement of both bridges and culverts. Combined, the grant program and state bridge budget are expected to fund the rehabilitation, reconstruction or maintenance of about 150 bridges statewide.“All of this work will allow us to continue to decrease Vermont’s number of structurally deficient bridges,” said Transportation Secretary David Dill. In 2004, 11.2 percent of Vermont’s Interstate bridges were structurally deficient. Today, just 7 percent are structurally deficient. Similarly, in 2004, 18.5 percent of town highway bridges were structurally deficient, while today just 15.9 percent are structurally deficient. All of the bridge work built into the new budget will allow us to reduce these numbers even more.”Other Transportation Bill highlights include $93.4 million for paving which will help Vermont Agency of Transportation resurface about 300 miles of roadway this construction season, and $51.7 million for railroad improvements, including $5 million for continued AMTRAK rail passenger service on the Vermonter and Ethan Allen lines as well as $26 million to begin track and bridge upgrades to increase train speeds for the Vermonter.Full details regarding the transportation bill, which also includes $24.7 million for public transit services, can be found on the Vermont Agency of Transportation’s website at www.aot.vt.us(link is external).Source: Governor’s office. 5.26.2010###
YJOANNE R. BATCHELDER8369 Route 2(802) 372-4077North HeroVT05474(802) 372-4077For Assistant JudgeLamoilleDemocratic1,682100.00%YYDAVID A. WILLIAMS83 Emery Hill Road(802) 635-7044JohnsonVT05656(802) 635-7044For Assistant JudgeLamoilleRepublican929100.00%YYKAREN BRADLEY1725 Sterling Valley Road(802) 888-0643MorristownVT05661(802) 888-4341For Assistant JudgeOrangeDemocratic2,348100.00% OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE CANVASSING COMMITTEEUNITED STATES AND VERMONT STATEWIDE OFFICES Primary Election, August 24, 2010 YVALERIE A. STUART520 Meadowbrook Road(802) 257-0249BrattleboroVT05301(802) 257-0249For State RepresentativeWindham 3-1Republican112100.00% YFRANCIS KINNEYPO Box 341(802) 442-2841North BenniVT05257(802) 442-2841For State RepresentativeBennington 4Democratic306100.00%YYJEFF WILSON307 Bromley Brook Road(802) 362-1516ManchesterVT05255(802) 362-3786For State RepresentativeBennington 5Democratic261100.00%YYCYNTHIA BROWNINGPO Box 389(802) 375-9019ArlingtonVT05250(802) 375-9019For State RepresentativeBennington 5Republican138100.00% YBOB JOHNSON368 Read Lane(802) 524-5743St. AlbansVT05478(802) 782-7957For Assistant JudgeGrand IsleDemocratic51740.64% NPATRICK MARTELL146 Briere Patch Lane(802) 673-0115NewportVT05855(802) 673-0115For State RepresentativeOrleans 2Republican29748.29%YYDUNCAN F. KILMARTIN76 Widgean Drive(802) 249-1808NewportVT05855(802) 334-7883For State RepresentativeOrleans 2Republican31851.71%YYMICHAEL J. MARCOTTE106 Private Pond Road(802) 334-2132NewportVT05855(802) 334-6302For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Democratic56855.25%YYJOHN S. RODGERSPO Box 217(802) 525-4182GloverVT05839(802) 525-4182For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Democratic46044.75% YANDY MONTROLL409 South Union Street(802) 383-0730BurlingtonVT05401(802) 658-2478For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,50916.24% 1. Registered Voters 442,783 2. Votes cast, Democratic Party 74,633 71% 3. Votes cast, Progressive Party 553 1% 4. Votes cast, Republican Party 30,058 29% 5. Absentee votes counted 18,120 17% 6. Total votes counted 105,281 24% YBRIAN E. DUBIEPO Box 133(802) 272-3796Essex JuncVT05453(802) 272-3796For Lieutenant Governor YASHLEY D. WAITE324 Danby-Pawlet Road(802) 325-3118PawletVT05761(802) 325-3118For State RepresentativeRutland-Windsor 1Democratic377100.00%YYMEGAN SMITHPO Box 1411(802) 775-0759 Ext.RutlandVT05701-(802) 770-0159 Ext.For State RepresentativeRutland-Windsor 1Republican371100.00% YMICHAEL BAYERPO Box 15(802) 279-2481MonktonVT05469(802) 453-7372For Auditor of Accounts NCHARLES MERRIMANPO Box 632(802) 249-8096MontpelierVT05601(802) 229-2643For Secretary of State YKEVIN “COACH” CHRISTIE682 Christian Street(802) 295-1066White RiverVT05001(802) 299-0598For State RepresentativeWindsor-Orange 1Democratic38963.77% YGERALYN SNIATKOWSKIPO Box 159(802) 348-7274East DoverVT05341(802) 380-6428For State RepresentativeWindham-Bennington-Windsor 1Democratic345100.00% Democratic24,63040.79% YDON SCHRAMM4 East Village Drive(802) 399-2493BurlingtonVT05401(802) 399-2493For State Treasurer YCLAUDE DELUCIA106 Grandview Street(802) 442-4361BenningtonVT05201( ) -For State RepresentativeBennington 2-2Republican184100.00%YYMARY A. MORRISSEY228 Dewey Street(802) 379-5439BenningtonVT05201(802) 379-5439For State RepresentativeBennington 3Democratic363100.00%YYALICE MILLER88 Horton Hill Road(802) 442-9825ShaftsburyVT05262(802) 442-9825For State RepresentativeBennington 3Republican107100.00% YMARTHA ABBOTT119 Stevensville Road(802) 373-1624UnderhillVT05489(802) 899-4740For Governor Republican12,38943.67% YBRUCE A. MCCLURE927 US Route 2(802) 229-0834BerlinVT05602(802) 229-0834For High BailiffWindsorDemocratic3,21170.43%YYMICHAEL MANLEYPO Box 342(802) 356-2379QuecheeVT05059(802) 356-2379For High BailiffWindsorDemocratic1,34829.57% YTHELMA “KITTY” OXHOLM25 East Street(802) 877-2880VergennesVT05491(802) 877-3779For State RepresentativeAddison 4Democratic99349.53%YYMICHAEL FISHER364 Cobb Hill Road(802) 989-9806LincolnVT05443( ) -For State RepresentativeAddison 4Democratic1,01250.47%YYDAVE SHARPE1209 Meehan Road(802) 453-2754BristolVT05443(802) 453-2754For State RepresentativeAddison 4Republican27534.85% YMICHELE FERLAND KUPERSMITH23 Brewer Parkway(802) 863-1814South BurliVT05403( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-8Democratic684100.00%YYANN PUGH67 Bayberry Lane(802) 863-6705South BurliVT05403(802) 863-6705For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-8Republican204100.00% NCAROLYN SCHWALBE25 Sugar House Lane(802) 773-0882South ChittVT05701(802) 773-0882For State SenatorWashington SenateDemocratic3,57617.34% YBRIGID E. FAENZA1214 Branch Brook Road(802) 259-4100Mount HollyVT05758(802) 259-4100For State RepresentativeWindsor-Rutland 1Republican210100.00%YYDENNIS J. DEVEREUXPO Box 1(802) 259-2460BelmontVT05730(802) 259-2460For State RepresentativeWindsor-Rutland 2Democratic228100.00% YDAVID YACOVONE452 Washington Highway(802) 223-3461MorrisvilleVT05661(802) 888-5958For State SenatorLamoille SenateRepublican905100.00% YPHILIP WINTERS1374 Chelsea Road(802) 433-5590WilliamstoVT05679(802) 433-5590For State RepresentativeOrange 2Democratic426100.00%YYSARAH L. COPELAND HANZASPO Box 43(802) 222-3536BradfordVT05033(802) 222-3536For State RepresentativeOrange 2Republican191100.00% NDANIEL FREILICHPO Box 1410(802) 380-9510WilmingtonVT05363(802) 380-9510For US Senator YREGINALD GODIN173 Duffy Road(802) 893-1208MiltonVT05468(802) 922-3535For State RepresentativeChittenden 9Republican38047.44%YYRONALD HUBERT68 Woodcrest(802) 578-5801MiltonVT05468(802) 893-4844For State RepresentativeChittenden 9Republican42152.56%YYDON TURNER JR.PO Box 487(802) 373-5960MiltonVT05468(802) 893-1419For State RepresentativeEssex-CaledoniaDemocratic275100.00% YNANCY POTAKPO Box 278(802) 533-9206GreensboroVT05841(802) 533-9206For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Republican32535.06% NKEITH STERN188 Main Street(802) 384-4873North SprinVT05150(802) 384-4873For Governor Democratic65,920100.00%YYPETER WELCHPO Box 1682(802) 264-9069BurlingtonVT05402(802) 272-0162For Representative to Congress YJOHANNA CRANE-GODIN777 Dandurand Road(802) 285-6338FranklinVT05457(802) 285-6338For Assistant JudgeFranklinDemocratic1,39827.53% Democratic26,32848.63% YWILLIAM “BILL” MANCHPO Box 302(802) 380-2149VernonVT05354(802) 380-2149For SheriffWindsorRepublican1,713100.00%YYMICHAEL CHAMBERLAINPO Box 525(802) 296-1026WoodstockVT05091(802) 296-1026For High BailiffAddisonRepublican1,418100.00%YYDONALD M. KEELER, JR.68 Ellen Drive(802) 388-2981 Ext.MiddleburyVT05753-(802) 388-7760 Ext.For High BailiffBenningtonDemocratic2,199100.00% YSTEWART SKRILL2745 South Randolph Road(802) 728-5814 Ext.Randolph CVT05061-(802) 728-5814 Ext.For State RepresentativeOrange-Addison 1Republican25130.39% YMICHAEL J. BENEVENTO8627 Williston Road, Apt. 2(802) 660-2800WillistonVT05495(802) 872-1513For State RepresentativeChittenden 2Republican31849.38% YERIN BESSY92 Deer Lane(802) 288-9638ColchesterVT05446( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-1Democratic46055.96%YYJIM CONDON500A Dalton Drive(802) 655-5764ColchesterVT05446(802) 655-5764For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-1Republican20664.17% YDUSTIN ALLARD DEGREE31 Bank Street(802) 782-4507St. AlbansVT05478(802) 782-4507For State RepresentativeFranklin 4Democratic284100.00% NSUSAN BARTLETTPO Box 70(802) 279-7222Hyde ParkVT05655(802) 888-5591For Governor A Democratic Party Daniel Freilich, Wilmington 7,892 10.9% Patrick Leahy, Middlesex* 64,515 88.9% Combined Write‑in votes 175 0.2% Total votes counted 72,582 B Progressive Party Combined Write‑in votes 171 100.0% Total votes counted 171 C Republican Party Len Britton, Pomfret* 22,750 95.1% Combined Write‑in votes 1,176 4.9% Total votes counted 23,926 TOTAL VOTES CAST For US Senator 96,679 YED CLARKPO Box 2(802) 676-3967GuildhallVT05905(802) 676-3967For State RepresentativeEssex-CaledoniaRepublican333100.00%YYJANICE L. PEASLEEPO Box 12(802) 328-4452GuildhallVT05905( ) -For State RepresentativeEssex-Caledonia-OrleansRepublican243100.00%YYWILLIAM “BILL” JOHNSON3603 Route 102(802) 277-8329CanaanVT05903(802) 277-8329For State RepresentativeFranklin 1Democratic52958.91%YYGARY GILBERT45 Sand Hill Road(802) 849-6333FairfaxVT05454( ) -For State RepresentativeFranklin 1Democratic36941.09% YHARVEY T. SMITH2516 Lime Kiln Road(802) 877-2712New HavenVT05472(802) 877-2712For State RepresentativeBennington 1Democratic245100.00%YYBILL BOTZOW1225 S. Stream Road( ) -BenningtonVT05201( ) -For State RepresentativeBennington 2-1Democratic50841.10% A Democratic Party Edward Flanagan, Burlington 24,630 40.1% Doug Hoffer, Burlington* 35,750 58.2% Combined Write‑in votes 1,065 1.7% Total votes counted 61,445 B Progressive Party Michael Bayer, Monkton* 278 84.5% Combined Write‑in votes 51 15.5% Total votes counted 329 C Republican Party Thomas M Salmon, St. Johnsbury* 25,333 99.2% Combined Write‑in votes 214 0.8% Total votes counted 25,547 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Auditor of Accounts 87,321 YMIKE BRANON22 Old Schoolhouse Road(802) 373-8750South BurliVT05403(802) 658-4658For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,46816.05% YJASON GIBBSPO Box 79(802) 274-2722BarreVT05641(802) 274-2722For Secretary of State YPEG BOYLE SINGLE58 Case Parkway(802) 862-4699BurlingtonVT05401(802) 862-4699For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-4Progressive1045.45% NBRYAN SHOHET23 Ellis Street(802) 376-5100SpringfieldVT05156(802) 885-3722For State RepresentativeWindsor 2Democratic361100.00%YYERNEST W. SHAND46 Old Bridge Road(802) 674-5021WindsorVT05089(802) 674-5021For State RepresentativeWindsor 2Republican173100.00% YDOUG HOFFER161 Austin Drive #71(802) 864-5711BurlingtonVT05401(802) 864-5711For Auditor of Accounts Progressive302100.00% YGORDON H. GILBERT200 Woodbury Road(802) 862-7816BurlingtonVT05408(802) 862-7816For High BailiffEssexRepublican463100.00% III. For Governor YDIANE T. GOTTLIEB473 North Street( ) -BurlingtonVT05401(802) 863-2325For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-4Progressive1254.55% YANNETTE ROQUE RENAUD8 Aspen Drive(802) 999-7436Essex JuncVT05452(802) 878-7033For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,71817.21% YMAC ROODPO Box 307(802) 496-5200WarrenVT05674(802) 496-5200For State RepresentativeWashington 2Democratic684100.00%YYMAXINE GRAD301 Paddy Hill Road(802) 496-7667MoretownVT05660( ) -For State RepresentativeWashington 2Republican345100.00%YYANNE B. DONAHUE148 Donahue Drive(802) 485-6431NorthfieldVT05663(802) 485-6431For State RepresentativeWashington 3-1Republican209100.00% YSTEVE HOWARD41 Washington Street(802) 773-1226RutlandVT05701(802) 236-5123For Lieutenant Governor The Secretary of State’s office has posted the official results for the primary conducted August 24, 2010, for all the statewide races. Further below are results for all Vermont primary races. Republican22,750100.00% Republican10,79745.04% YCHRIS SANTEEPO Box 86(802) 849-2758FairfaxVT05454(802) 782-0406For State RepresentativeFranklin 2Democratic61654.85%YYRICHARD J. HOWRIGANPO Box 16(802) 827-6513FairfieldVT05455(802) 827-6513For State RepresentativeFranklin 2Democratic50745.15% YJIM CONDOS84 Chestnut Hill Road(802) 238-3809MontpelierVT05602(802) 238-3809For Secretary of State NJOHN M. MITCHELLPO Box 560(802) 747-3595RutlandVT05702(802) 770-4721For Representative to Congress NJAMES GREGOIRE2671 Pumpkin Village Road(802) 933-2667 Ext.EnosburghVT05450-(802) 933-2667 Ext.For State RepresentativeFranklin 3Democratic53756.47%YYKATHLEEN C. KEENAN8 Thorpe Avenue(802) 524-5013St. AlbansVT05478(802) 524-5013For State RepresentativeFranklin 3Democratic41443.53%YYJEFF YOUNG12 Forest Hill Drive(802) 524-5284St. AlbansVT05478(802) 363-8039For State RepresentativeFranklin 3Republican17945.43% August 24, 2010 Primary Election ‘ Canvassing Report ‘ Page 2 YPETER SHUMLIN345 Hickory Ridge Road(802) 380-3654PutneyVT05346( ) -For Governor YJOHN “PEEKER” HEFFERNAN8069 Plank Road(802) 349-6876BristolVT05443(802) 453-2221For State RepresentativeAddison 4Republican18723.70% YTIM ALLARDPO Box 591(802) 535-7882Essex JuncVT05453( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-2Republican28948.33% NRALPH PACE1 Whispering Pines(802) 228-7239LudlowVT05149(802) 228-7239 NPAUL K. MORITS3371 Tyler Branch Road(802) 933-5229Enosburg FVT05450(802) 933-5229For SheriffGrand IsleDemocratic902100.00%YYCONNIE ALLEN156 South Street(802) 372-4482South HeroVT05486(802) 372-8361For SheriffLamoilleRepublican828100.00%YYROGER M. MARCOUX, JR.PO Box 377(802) 888-2561Hyde ParkVT05655(802) 279-2991For SheriffOrangeRepublican1,329100.00%YYBILL BOHNYAK960 Hebard Hill Road(802) 685-4875RandolphVT05060(802) 728-4322For SheriffOrleansRepublican1,058100.00%YYKIRK J. MARTIN19 School Street(802) 334-3333OrleansVT05860(802) 754-6616For SheriffRutlandRepublican2,687100.00%YYSTEPHEN P. BENARD, SR.PO Box 122(802) 342-0019ClarendonVT05759( ) -For SheriffWashingtonRepublican2,565100.00%YYW. SAMUEL HILL188 Berlin Street(802) 223-3001MontpelierVT05602(802) 793-8570For SheriffWindhamDemocratic4,675100.00%YYKEITH CLARK2181 Kurn Hattin Road(802) 289-1180PutneyVT05346(802) 722-9509For SheriffWindhamRepublican1,008100.00% Progressive278100.00% NMICHAEL R. MAJOR128 Maple Leap Lane(802) 316-0816ShelburneVT05482(802) 985-8774For High BailiffChittendenRepublican4,001100.00% YJAMES “JIM” SAULT194 Tatro Hill Road(802) 728-9694 Ext.RandolphVT05060-(802) 431-3425 Ext.For State RepresentativeOrange-Addison 1Republican25330.63% Democratic17,60532.57% Progressive282100.00% NBOOTS WARDINSKI629 Saxie Welch Trail(802) 584-3029South RyegVT05069(802) 584-3029For Lieutenant Governor NDAN NUGENTPO Box 105(802) 363-3553StarksboroVT05487(802) 453-2099For State RepresentativeAddison 5Democratic517100.00% YPHILIP BARUTH87 Curtis Avenue(802) 656-3298BurlingtonVT05408(802) 864-6821For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic11,03315.20% NDOUG RACINEPO Box 746(802) 343-5417BurlingtonVT05402(802) 434-2013For Governor YNEWELL H. DECKER4 Calvary Street(802) 782-8435St. AlbansVT05478(802) 782-8435For State RepresentativeFranklin 3Republican21554.57% YVICKI STRONG1367 Creek Road(802) 754-2790IrasburgVT05845(802) 754-2790For State RepresentativeOrleans-Franklin 1Democratic301100.00% YJEFF WHITTEMORE960 Upper Falls Road(802) 263-9310PerkinsvilleVT05151(207) 576-5975For State RepresentativeWindsor 3Democratic358100.00%YYDONNA SWEANEY2 Runnemede Lane(802) 674-5175WindsorVT05089(802) 674-5175For State RepresentativeWindsor 4Democratic746100.00% NEDWARD FLANAGAN131 Main Street #702(802) 862-3203BurlingtonVT05401(802) 233-3357For Auditor of Accounts YRICHARD A. WESTMAN2439 Iron Gate Road(802) 338-5116CambridgeVT05444(802) 644-2297For State SenatorOrange SenateDemocratic2,203100.00%YYMARK A. MACDONALD404 MacDonald Road(802) 272-1101WilliamstoVT05679(802) 433-5867For State SenatorOrange SenateRepublican948100.00% YLEO M. VALLIERE15 Delmont Avenue(802) 479-2419BarreVT05641(802) 479-2419For State RepresentativeWashington 3-2Democratic254100.00%YYTESS TAYLOR45 Granite Street #2(802) 479-8505BarreVT05641(802) 476-4235For State RepresentativeWashington 3-2Republican151100.00% YNELSON J. TIFTPO Box 166(802) 446-2663WallingfordVT05773(802) 446-2663For State RepresentativeRutland 4Republican357100.00%YYJAMES L. MCNEIL137 Ruth Avenue(802) 775-2665RutlandVT05701(802) 775-2665For State RepresentativeRutland 5-1Republican288100.00%YYPETER J. FAGAN17 Clinton Avenue(802) 342-1214RutlandVT05701(802) 773-7446For State RepresentativeRutland 5-2Democratic328100.00%YYMARGARET “PEG” ANDREWS82 Jackson Avenue(802) 747-6916RutlandVT05701(802) 747-6916For State RepresentativeRutland 5-2Republican206100.00% ALL Vermont Primary Races NPATRICIA E. RUSSELL1791 Hollow Road(802) 525-6600BartonVT05822(802) 754-2310For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Republican40643.80% YSHELLEY PALMER874 N Williston Road(802) 324-5777WillistonVT05495(802) 324-5777For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,37815.63% YCLAIRE TRASKPO Box 157(802) 824-6304LondonderrVT05148(802) 824-6304For State RepresentativeWindham-Bennington-Windsor 1Republican257100.00%YYOLIVER K. OLSENPO Box 186(802) 444-9004JamaicaVT05343(802) 874-4079For State RepresentativeWindsor 1-1Democratic402100.00% Progressive318100.00% YPAUL D. BEAUDRYPO Box 39(802) 782-0141SwantonVT05488(802) 782-0141For Representative to Congress II. For Representative to Congress YCHARLES DELANEY49 Leonard Street(802) 863-6002BurlingtonVT05408-2705( ) -For Assistant JudgeChittendenDemocratic2,65612.15% YSTEVE SCHLIPF3328 Highbridge Road(802) 893-3007FairfaxVT05454(802) 893-3007For State RepresentativeFranklin 1Republican29755.00%YYCAROLYN WHITNEY BRANAGAN1295 Ballard Road(802) 527-7694GeorgiaVT05478( ) -For State RepresentativeFranklin 1Republican24345.00% YDENNIS B. BEDARD96 Twin Oaks Terrace(802) 264-4871South BurliVT05403(214) 385-8797For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,63816.84% YGAILA S. GULACK1350 Grafton Road(802) 365-9536TownshendVT05353(802) 365-9536For State RepresentativeWindham-Bennington 1Democratic288100.00%YYJOHN MORAN58 Hi-Hopes Road(802) 896-9408WardsboroVT05355(802) 896-9408For State RepresentativeWindham-Bennington 1Republican124100.00% YMARVIN MALEK212 Richardson Road(802) 223-7375 Ext.BerlinVT05602-(802) 223-7375 Ext.For State RepresentativeWashington 3-3Republican156100.00% YGEORGE “RON” ALLARD224 Read Lane(802) 527-7105St. AlbansVT05478(802) 527-7105For State RepresentativeFranklin 2Republican52348.88%YYEILEEN “LYNN” DICKINSON69 Button Road(802) 524-3404St. AlbansVT05478(802) 524-3404For State RepresentativeFranklin 2Republican25623.93% NCHARLES RUSSELL142 Windswept Lane(802) 425-4757CharlotteVT05445(802) 425-4757For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-2Democratic38748.38% NCHRISTOPHER A. BRAY829 South Street(802) 371-8183New HavenVT05472(802) 453-3444For Lieutenant Governor YLIZ MARKOWSKI462 Monkton Road(802) 877-6523VergennesVT05491(802) 877-6523For State RepresentativeAddison 3Republican40653.42%YYGREGORY CLARKPO Box 198(802) 877-2531VergennesVT05491( ) -For State RepresentativeAddison 3Republican35446.58% A Democratic Party William H Sorrell, Burlington* 60,011 99.0% Combined Write‑in votes 635 1.0% Total votes counted 60,646 B Progressive Party Charlotte Dennett, Cambridge* 282 87.9% Combined Write‑in votes 39 12.1% Total votes counted 321 C Republican Party Aaron Michael Toscano, Burlington* 21,208 96.0% Combined Write‑in votes 888 4.0% Total votes counted 22,096 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Attorney General 83,063 NMIKE KURT481 Hills Point Road(802) 425-3214CharlotteVT05445( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-2Democratic33241.50% YJAMES A. GULLEY, JR.881 Townline Road(802) 753-7172BenningtonVT05201(802) 999-9944For High BailiffBenningtonRepublican860100.00% YNICOLE F. LING329 Archory Avenue(802) 533-2930East HardwVT05836(802) 533-2502For State RepresentativeCaledonia 3Democratic33547.59% YCHARLIE SMITHPO Box 5792(802) 598-2255BurlingtonVT05401-5792(802) 598-2255For State SenatorChittenden SenateRepublican3,89618.03%YYDIANE B. SNELLING304 Piette Road(802) 482-4382HinesburgVT05461(802) 482-4382For State SenatorEssex-Orleans SenateDemocratic2,654100.00%YYROBERT A. STARR958 Route 105 West(802) 309-3354North TroyVT05859(802) 988-2877For State SenatorEssex-Orleans SenateRepublican3,574100.00%YYVINCENT ILLUZZI527 Ridgehill Drive(802) 673-9030NewportVT05855( ) -For State SenatorFranklin SenateDemocratic2,81355.08%YYSARA BRANON KITTELL437 Chester Arthur Road(802) 827-3274FairfieldVT05455( ) -For State SenatorFranklin SenateDemocratic2,29444.92% YDAVID LEWIS334 Karen Drive(802) 773-9455RutlandVT05701(802) 773-9455For Assistant JudgeWashingtonDemocratic4,93851.41%YYBARNEY BLOOM25 Summer Street(802) 828-2091MontpelierVT05602(802) 229-5049For Assistant JudgeWashingtonDemocratic4,66748.59% YJOYCE MCKEEMAN513 Round House Road(802) 439-5280CorinthVT05039(802) 439-5280For Assistant JudgeOrangeRepublican1,273100.00%YYMAURICE “MOE” BROWNPO Box 133(802) 685-4610 Ext.ChelseaVT05038-(802) 685-3383 Ext.For Assistant JudgeOrleansDemocratic1,540100.00%YYROBERT GOODBY218 Whetstone Brook Road(802) 586-9948CraftsburyVT05826(802) 586-9948For Assistant JudgeOrleansRepublican1,270100.00%YYBEN BATCHELDER144 Batchelder Drive(802) 766-5538DerbyVT05829(802) 766-5538For Assistant JudgeRutlandRepublican1,47325.67% A Democratic Party Jeb Spaulding, Montpelier* 62,319 99.4% Combined Write‑in votes 402 0.6% Total votes counted 62,721 B Progressive Party Don Schramm, Burlington* 302 89.1% Combined Write‑in votes 37 10.9% Total votes counted 339 C Republican Party (No candidate name on ballot-Write-in with over 250 & most vote wins) Write-in, Jeb Spaulding, Montpelier* 1.357 65.3% Other Combined Write‑in votes 721 34.7% Total votes counted 2,078 TOTAL VOTES CAST For State Treasurer 65,138 VI. For Secretary of State YSTEPHEN W. WEBSTERPO Box 267(802) 728-3361RandolphVT05060(802) 728-3894For State SenatorRutland SenateDemocratic2,74228.05% YROY MOFFITTPO Box 135(802) 436-2084Hartland FoVT05049(802) 436-2084For State RepresentativeWindsor 5Democratic682100.00%YYALISON H. CLARKSON18 Golf Avenue(802) 457-4627WoodstockVT05091( ) -For State RepresentativeWindsor 6-1Democratic446100.00%YYMARK B. MITCHELLPO Box 1125(802) 234-9165BarnardVT05031(802) 234-9188For State RepresentativeWindsor 6-2Democratic51649.38%YYCHARLES W. BOHI156 Manning Drive(802) 295-5596White RiverVT05001(802) 295-5596For State RepresentativeWindsor 6-2Democratic52950.62% YGALE G. MESSIER68 Smith Street(802) 524-2494St. AlbansVT05478(802) 524-2494For SheriffFranklinRepublican49136.56% OfficeDistrict NamePartyVotesPercentINCWinnerCandidateAddressDay PhoneCityStateZipEvening PhoneFor US Senator YJAMES P. MERRIAM4 Dunpatrick Circle(610) 755-5875MontpelierVT05602(610) 755-5875For State RepresentativeWashington 6Democratic820100.00%YYJANET ANCELPO Box 123(802) 223-5350CalaisVT05648( ) -For State RepresentativeWashington 6Republican224100.00% NJOHN A. NOBLEPO Box 4(802) 535-4222GranbyVT05840(802) 328-4422For Assistant JudgeFranklinDemocratic1,68533.18% YPETER A. COOPER736 Bonnyvale Road(802) 257-0639BrattleboroVT05301(802) 257-0639For Secretary of State YTHOMAS DEPOY145 Stratton Road(802) 786-3599RutlandVT05701(802) 786-3599For State SenatorRutland SenateRepublican2,50229.97%YYMARGARET “PEG” FLORY3011 Route 7(802) 775-3229PittsfordVT05763(802) 483-6854For State SenatorRutland SenateRepublican2,12925.51%YYKEVIN J. MULLIN118 Oxyoke Drive(802) 353-6770RutlandVT05701(802) 353-6770For State SenatorRutland SenateRepublican1,47517.67% YANTHONY POLLINA93 Story Road(802) 229-5809North MiddlVT05682( ) -For State SenatorWashington SenateRepublican2,74939.37%YYWILLIAM “BILL” DOYLE186 Murray Road(802) 223-2857MontpelierVT05602(802) 371-7898For State SenatorWashington SenateRepublican2,17731.18% YDONNY OSMAN3132 Lower Road(802) 479-0819BarreVT05641( ) -For State SenatorWashington SenateDemocratic4,90223.77% Republican11,12743.25% YCARL HOUGHTON10 Lincoln Street(802) 878-8113Essex JuncVT05452-3634(802) 878-3551For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-3Democratic552100.00%YYMARTHA HEATH342 Rollin Irish Road(802) 893-1291WestfordVT05494(802) 893-1291For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-3Republican248100.00% NTOBY YOUNG905 Old Athens Road(802) 387-4098WestminstVT05346(802) 387-4098For State SenatorWindham SenateRepublican1,105100.00% YMONIQUE BREER302 Cattail Lane(802) 238-0727HinesburgVT05461(802) 482-2945For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-2Democratic8110.13% YFRANK DAVISPO Box 232(802) 873-9131Derby LineVT05830(802) 873-9131For State RepresentativeOrleans 1Democratic48158.09% Republican28,452100.00% YHENRY L. HOLMESPO Box 11(802) 234-9790BethelVT05032( ) -For State SenatorWindsor SenateRepublican1,52336.69% In accordance with the provisions of the 17 V.S.A. 2368‑2371, we have met and canvassed the returns of votes for the United States Senator, United States Representative to Congress and State Officers cast at the August 24, 2010 Primary Election in Vermont as filed in the Office of the Secretary of State. http://vermont-elections.org/soshome.htm(link is external) YLINDA JOHNSTONPO Box 47(802) 533-9239GreensboroVT05841(802) 533-9239For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Republican19621.14% YAARON MICHAEL TOSCANOPO Box 144(802) 479-4220BurlingtonVT05401(802) 656-4782For State SenatorAddison SenateDemocratic4,627100.00%YYCLAIRE AYER504 Thompson Hill Road(802) 545-2142WeybridgeVT05753(802) 545-2142For State SenatorAddison SenateRepublican1,03737.12% YLEN BRITTONPO Box 10(802) 772-7043TaftsvilleVT05701(802) 772-7043For Representative to Congress Democratic3,7595.15% YSPENCER C. PUTNAM575 Morgan Horse Farm Road(802) 388-1644WeybridgeVT05753(802) 388-1644For State RepresentativeAddison 5Republican263100.00% Democratic35,75059.21% YGERALD WOODARD392 Lost Lake Road(802) 375-9972ArlingtonVT05250(802) 375-9972For State SenatorCaledonia SenateDemocratic2,17445.17%YYMATTHEW A. CHOATE87 Cliff Street(802) 748-2629St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 535-2416For State SenatorCaledonia SenateDemocratic2,63954.83%YYJANE KITCHELPO Box 82(802) 684-3482DanvilleVT05828(802) 684-3482For State SenatorCaledonia SenateRepublican1,56950.18% YCHRISTOPHER A. PEARSON12 Brookes Avenue(802) 860-3933BurlingtonVT05401(802) 860-3933For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-5Democratic1,25049.33%YYJOHANNAH LEDDY DONOVAN38 Bayview Street(802) 863-4634BurlingtonVT05401(802) 863-4634For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-5Democratic1,28450.67%YYSUZI WIZOWATY177 Locust Terrace(802) 864-5651BurlingtonVT05401(802) 864-5651For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-6Democratic56049.34%YYKENNETH ATKINS138 Dion Street(802) 655-1280WinooskiVT05404(802) 655-1280For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-6Democratic57550.66%YYCLEMENT “CLEM” BISSONNETTE11 Dufresne Drive(802) 655-9527WinooskiVT05404(802) 598-0229For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-7Democratic568100.00% NKATHRYN “KATIE” SMITH389 East Main Street(802) 355-5753MiddleburyVT05753( ) -For State’s AttorneyWashingtonRepublican2,804100.00%YYTOM KELLY35 Warren Street(802) 479-4220BarreVT05641(802) 476-3702For State’s AttorneyWindhamDemocratic4,817100.00%YYTRACY KELLY SHRIVER15 Cherry Street(802) 257-2860BrattleboroVT05301(802) 254-6598For State’s AttorneyWindsorDemocratic5,318100.00%YYROBERT L. SAND18 High Street(802) 295-8870WoodstockVT05091(802) 299-0189For SheriffAddisonRepublican1,455100.00%YYJAMES B. COONS14 South Gorham Lane(802) 388-2981MiddleburyVT05753(802) 388-2916For SheriffBenningtonDemocratic2,214100.00% (Winners = Bold*) VOTING STATISTICS YCARLYNANN “CARR” ACKERMANNPO Box 279(802) 375-7225 Ext.East ArlingtVT05252-(802) 375-0221 Ext.For State RepresentativeBennington-Rutland 1Republican203100.00%YYPATTI KOMLINEPO Box 513(802) 867-4232DorsetVT05251(802) 867-4232For State RepresentativeCaledonia 1Democratic317100.00% YPATRICIA M. BLAIR60 Hoyt Drive(802) 753-7648BenningtonVT05201(802) 376-3501For State SenatorBennington SenateRepublican91458.51% Republican15,98156.33% YBRENDAN HADASH59 Buzzell Street(802) 748-8074St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 748-8074For State RepresentativeCaledonia 3Democratic36952.41%YYROBERT SOUTHPO Box 206(802) 748-5111St. JohnsbuVT05863(802) 748-0873For State RepresentativeCaledonia 3Republican24732.41% YLYNN D. BATCHELOR165 Beach Street(802) 873-3006Derby LineVT05830(802) 873-3006For State RepresentativeOrleans 1Republican38552.38%YYBOB LEWIS41 Bates Hill Road(802) 766-8824DerbyVT05829(802) 766-8824For State RepresentativeOrleans 1Republican10814.69% VIII. For Attorney General YPHIL SCOTT46 Three Mile Bridge Road(802) 223-5288MiddlesexVT05602(802) 223-5135For Lieutenant Governor YJAMES “JIM” ECKHARDT19 Rowdy Acres(802) 342-0140 Ext.ChittendenVT05737-(802) 342-0140 Ext.For State RepresentativeWashington 1Democratic614100.00% YRICHARD W. “DICK” BRYFOGLE333 Music Mountain(802) 234-6510StockbridgeVT05772(802) 234-6510For Probate JudgeAddisonDemocratic4,040100.00%YYELEANOR “MISSE” SMITH1079 West Street(802) 388-2612CornwallVT05753(802) 462-2420For Probate JudgeBenningtonDemocratic2,718100.00% NLAURA MOORE615 Higuera Road(802) 476-3373BarreVT05641(802) 345-2195For State SenatorWashington SenateDemocratic3,65917.74% IV. For Lieutenant Governor YLORENE BUTLER99 Eldredge Street Unit #210B(802) 373-8308South BurliVT05403(802) 373-8308For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-9Democratic368100.00% YMARION B. GRAY1700 Max Gray Road(802) 456-8862 Ext.PlainfieldVT05667-( ) – Ext.For State RepresentativeWashington 7Democratic857100.00%YYTONY KLEIN95 Powder Horn Glen Road(802) 793-6032MontpelierVT05602(802) 223-8926For State RepresentativeWashington-Chittenden 1Democratic1,16653.24%YYSUE MINTER90 Maggies Way(802) 272-0745WaterburyVT05677(802) 244-6229For State RepresentativeWashington-Chittenden 1Democratic1,02446.76%YYTOM STEVENS12 Winooski Street(802) 244-4164WaterburyVT05676( ) -For State RepresentativeWindham 1Democratic484100.00% YJOE BENNINGPO Box 142(802) 626-3600LyndonvilleVT05851(802) 626-3106For State SenatorCaledonia SenateRepublican1,55849.82% YJOANNA COLE108 Rivers Edge Drive(802) 660-7175BurlingtonVT05408(802) 233-3299For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-1Republican277100.00%YYKURT WRIGHT31 Vine Street(802) 658-1410BurlingtonVT05408(802) 233-0367For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-2Democratic571100.00%YYMARK LARSON64 Temple Street(802) 862-7596BurlingtonVT05408(802) 862-7596For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-2Republican124100.00% YJON KIERNAN67 Engrem Avenue(802) 236-9128RutlandVT05701(802) 236-9128For State RepresentativeRutland 5-3Democratic16573.33% YJAY PURVISPO Box 210(802) 372-4749South HeroVT05486(802) 372-4749For State RepresentativeLamoille 1Republican209100.00%YYHEIDI E. SCHEUERMANNPO Box 908(802) 253-2275StoweVT05672(802) 253-2275For State RepresentativeLamoille 2Democratic415100.00%YYLINDA J. MARTINPO Box 94(802) 888-2746WolcottVT05680(802) 888-5654For State RepresentativeLamoille 2Republican197100.00% YJOHN MACGOVERN1653 Marton Road(802) 238-3970WindsorVT05089(802) 238-3970For State SenatorWindsor SenateRepublican1,23129.66% YJUNE HORAK ROSENBERGPO Box 510(802) 326-4150MontgomerVT05471(802) 326-4150For State RepresentativeOrleans-Franklin 1Republican150100.00%YYMARK A. HIGLEYPO Box 10(802) 744-6379LowellVT05847(802) 744-6379For State RepresentativeRutland 1-1Republican132100.00%YYANDY DONAGHY146 Lakeview Hill Road(802) 287-9693PoultneyVT05764(802) 267-9693For State RepresentativeRutland 1-2Democratic37745.20% YBRANDY J. REYNOLDS325 A South Street(802) 681-5992BenningtonVT05201(802) 681-5992For State RepresentativeBennington 2-2Progressive9100.00% YMICHAEL “MIKE” YANTACHKA393 Nature’s Way(802) 233-5238CharlotteVT05445(802) 425-3960For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-2Republican159100.00% YPETER W. GALBRAITHPO Box 335(802) 365-7633TownshendVT05353(802) 258-1020For State SenatorWindham SenateDemocratic3,90536.14%YYJEANETTE WHITE35A Old Depot Road(802) 254-6071PutneyVT05346(802) 387-4379For State SenatorWindham SenateDemocratic2,96127.40% YEDWARD C. SPOONER355 Patchen Road #7(802) 233-7192South BurliVT05403(802) 233-7192For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-9Republican183100.00% NLESLIE SALMON1115 Railroad Street(802) 779-8979St. JohnsbuVT05819( ) -For State RepresentativeCaledonia 4Republican31246.92%YYHOWARD CRAWFORDPO Box 266(802) 535-5035East BurkeVT05832(802) 626-8226For State RepresentativeCaledonia 4Republican35353.08%YYRICHARD LAWRENCE194 Bean Pond Road(802) 626-5538LyndonvilleVT05851(802) 626-5917For State RepresentativeCaledonia-Washington 1Democratic500100.00%YYKITTY BEATTIE TOLLPO Box 192(802) 684-3671DanvilleVT05828(802) 684-3671For State RepresentativeCaledonia-Washington 1Republican235100.00% YDEB NEVIL2025 Route 109(802) 644-9990WatervilleVT05492(802) 644-9990For State RepresentativeLamoille 4Republican209100.00%YYADAM B. HOWARD3210 Lower Valley Road(802) 644-6606CambridgeVT05444(802) 644-2040For State RepresentativeLamoille-Washington 1Democratic67143.68%YYPETER PELTZPO Box 41(802) 472-6524WoodburyVT05681( ) -For State RepresentativeLamoille-Washington 1Democratic86556.32%YYSHAP SMITH369 Farm Hill Road(802) 864-5751MorristownVT05661(802) 888-9214For State RepresentativeOrange 1Progressive1047.62%YYSUSAN HATCH DAVIS75 Notchend Road, East Orange(802) 439-5103West TopsVT05086(802) 439-5103For State RepresentativeOrange 1Progressive1152.38%YYJOHN TAYLOR407 Weir Road(802) 433-6170WilliamstoVT05679( ) -For State RepresentativeOrange 1Republican25741.65% YRODNEY P. GRAHAM859 Graham Road(802) 433-6127WilliamstoVT05679(802) 433-6127For State RepresentativeOrange 1Republican36058.35% YBOB BOUCHARD126 Leclair Drive(802) 878-4822ColchesterVT05446(802) 879-2522For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-1Republican11535.83% NMARK SNELLINGPO Box 71(802) 238-0800StarksboroVT05487(802) 238-0800For State Treasurer Democratic27,80851.37% Democratic17,57924.08% YRICHARD “DICK” NORRIS114 South Street(802) 459-0081 Ext.ProctorVT05765-(802) 353-0165 Ext.For State RepresentativeRutland 2Republican35351.23%YYWILLIAM “BILL” CANFIELD12 Pine Street(802) 265-4428Fair HavenVT05743(802) 265-4428For State RepresentativeRutland 2Republican33648.77%YYROBERT “BOB” HELM647 Route 4A East(802) 770-0262Fair HavenVT05743(802) 770-0262For State RepresentativeRutland 3Democratic404100.00%YYELDRED FRENCH521 Town Hill Road(802) 345-9187CuttingsvilleVT05738(802) 492-3304For State RepresentativeRutland 3Republican190100.00% YLANE ESDEN150 Leclair Drive(802) 999-9581ColchesterVT05446(802) 879-3624For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-2Democratic634100.00%YYKRISTY KURT SPENGLER463 Shore Acres Drive(802) 864-6567ColchesterVT05446(802) 864-6567For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-2Republican329100.00%YYPATRICK BRENNAN96 Tanglewood Drive(802) 863-3773ColchesterVT05446(802) 863-3773For State RepresentativeChittenden 8Democratic1,15950.63%YYBILL FRANK19 Poker Hill Road(802) 899-3136UnderhillVT05489(802) 899-3136For State RepresentativeChittenden 8Democratic1,13049.37%YYGEORGE TILL74 Foothills Drive(802) 899-2984JerichoVT05465(802) 899-2984For State RepresentativeChittenden 9Democratic28437.03% YKRISTIN H. SOHLSTROM40 Colby Street(802) 272-4551BarreVT05641(802) 272-4551For State RepresentativeWashington 3-3Progressive1100.00% Democratic64,51589.10%YYPATRICK LEAHYPO Box 1042(802) 229-6874MontpelierVT05601(802) 229-6874For US Senator YRONALD “RON” K. WALKER870 Baltimore Road(802) 263-9472BaltimoreVT05143(802) 263-9472For State’s AttorneyAddisonRepublican1,510100.00% YTREVOR COLBY900 Bobbin Mill Road(603) 631-3335LunenburgVT05906(603) 631-3335For SheriffEssexRepublican19735.18%YNSTEVEN GADAPEE23 School Street(802) 467-8887East HavenVT05837(802) 467-8887For SheriffFranklinDemocratic3,165100.00%YYROBERT W. NORRIS162 VT Route 105(802) 524-2121SheldonVT05483(802) 309-9262For SheriffFranklinRepublican85263.44% YCINDY WEED374 Weeds Lane(802) 933-2545Enosburg FVT05450( ) -For State RepresentativeFranklin 4Republican120100.00%YYPETER E. PERLEY267 West Berkshire Road(802) 933-2285Enosburg FVT05450(802) 933-2285For State RepresentativeFranklin 5Democratic47551.80%YYMICHEL CONSEJOPO Box 422(802) 285-6070Sheldon SpVT05485(802) 309-2177For State RepresentativeFranklin 5Democratic44248.20% YGARY P. ALLARD356 Hastings Road(802) 598-2719WaterfordVT05819(802) 748-9514For State RepresentativeCaledonia 1Republican266100.00%YYLEIGH B. LAROCQUE2414 Old Silo Road(802) 748-3481St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 748-3481For State RepresentativeCaledonia 2Democratic367100.00%YYLUCY LERICHEPO Box 259(802) 472-5738HardwickVT05843(802) 472-5738For State RepresentativeCaledonia 2Republican136100.00% YGREGORY “GREGG” GERVAIS2300 Highgate Road(802) 309-5977St. AlbansVT05478(802) 868-9120For State RepresentativeFranklin 5Republican27039.53% YCONNIE CAIN RAMSEY221 Crescent Beach Drive(802) 863-8722BurlingtonVT05401(802) 355-9437For Assistant JudgeEssexRepublican29336.53%YYCALVIN COLBY921 Colby Road(603) 359-1075LunenburgVT05906(603) 359-1075For Assistant JudgeEssexRepublican26032.42%YYALLEN D. HODGDONPO Box 137(802) 676-3910GuildhallVT05905(802) 676-3713For Assistant JudgeEssexRepublican24931.05% Democratic18,07924.76% YJOHN L. BARTHOLOMEW23 Linden Road(802) 436-2151HartlandVT05048(802) 436-2151For State RepresentativeWindsor 4Republican169100.00% YBRUCE MELENDY110 Noel Drive(802) 748-8576DanvilleVT05828(802) 214-0243For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-1Democratic542100.00%YYBILL LIPPERT2751 Baldwin Road(802) 482-3528HinesburgVT05461(802) 482-3528For State RepresentativeChittenden 1-1Republican123100.00% YDAVID R. FENSTER40 Court Street #268(802) 388-7931MiddleburyVT05753(802) 545-6886For State’s AttorneyBenningtonDemocratic2,386100.00%YYERICA ALBIN MARTHAGE281 Nottingham Park(802) 442-8116ManchesterVT05255(802) 362-5807For State’s AttorneyCaledoniaRepublican1,534100.00%YYLISA A. WARREN511 Hudson Road(802) 748-6657WaterfordVT05819(802) 535-6052For State’s AttorneyChittendenDemocratic14,288100.00%YYTHOMAS “T.J.” DONOVAN51 Proctor Avenue(802) 652-0386South BurliVT05403(802) 236-3506For State’s AttorneyEssexRepublican860100.00%YYVINCENT ILLUZZI527 Ridgehill Drive(802) 673-9030NewportVT05855( ) -For State’s AttorneyFranklinDemocratic3,337100.00%YYJAMES A. HUGHES5 Lemnah Drive Suite #2(802) 524-7920St. AlbansVT05478(802) 309-8395For State’s AttorneyGrand IsleDemocratic48952.13% YMARIANNA GAMACHE430 Maquam Shore Road(802) 868-3009SwantonVT05488( ) -For State RepresentativeFranklin 5Republican41360.47%YYBRIAN SAVAGE17 Linda Avenue(802) 752-9314SwantonVT05488(802) 868-3566For State RepresentativeFranklin 6Republican30455.07%YYNORMAN H. MCALLISTER712 Hanna Road(802) 285-6363FranklinVT05457(802) 285-6363For State RepresentativeFranklin 6Republican24844.93%YYALBERT “CHUCK” PEARCE84 Magoon Road(802) 848-7813 Ext.RichfordVT05476-9639(802) 848-7813 Ext.For State RepresentativeGrand Isle-Chittenden 1-1Democratic89355.09%YYMITZI JOHNSONPO Box 144(802) 363-4448South HeroVT05486(802) 363-4448For State RepresentativeGrand Isle-Chittenden 1-1Democratic72844.91%YYROBERT C. KREBS134 East Shore Road(802) 372-4567South HeroVT05486(802) 372-4567For State RepresentativeGrand Isle-Chittenden 1-1Republican30248.09% Democratic36,44367.43% NKEITH PILLSBURY25 University Terrace(802) 862-3575BurlingtonVT05401(802) 734-9344For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-4Democratic49645.30%YYKESHA RAM31 North Prospect Street(802) 881-4433BurlingtonVT05401(802) 881-4433For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-4Democratic30427.76% YLUCIEN G. GRAVELPO Box 63(802) 888-1115WolcottVT05680(802) 888-1115For State RepresentativeLamoille 3Democratic284100.00%YYFLOYD NEASE517 Maple Hill Road(802) 229-1399JohnsonVT05656-9793(802) 635-9211For State RepresentativeLamoille 4Democratic287100.00% YFRANCIS H. RENAUD1267 Route 131(603) 675-9000WeathersfieVT05156(603) 359-3553For State RepresentativeAddison 1Democratic93949.92%YYSTEVEN MAIER122 Green Mountain Place(802) 388-7669MiddleburyVT05753(802) 388-7669For State RepresentativeAddison 1Democratic94250.08%YYBETTY NUOVOPO Box 1113(802) 388-2024MiddleburyVT05753(802) 388-2024For State RepresentativeAddison 2Democratic637100.00%YYWILLEM JEWETTPO Box 129(802) 349-9490RiptonVT05766(802) 388-0320For State RepresentativeAddison 3Democratic68553.31%YYDIANE LANPHERPO Box 165(802) 598-2660VergennesVT05491(802) 877-2230For State RepresentativeAddison 3Democratic60046.69% YPAUL E. GIBBS JR.589 Brockway Mills Road(802) 885-5029SpringfieldVT05156(802) 885-1822For State RepresentativeWindsor 1-2Republican10517.13% Democratic18,27625.03% YCHARLOTTE DENNETT3538 Upper Pleasant Valley Roa(802) 644-5898CambridgeVT05444( ) -For Attorney General NDANIEL P. WHITEPO Box 134(802) 775-5604RutlandVT05701(802) 775-5604For State RepresentativeRutland 5-3Republican111100.00% YROBERT J. LAKE440 Clearwater Road(802) 860-2200ShelburneVT05482(802) 985-8054For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-1Democratic47744.58% YTODD L. BUIK198 Railroad Street(802) 893-7506MiltonVT05468(802) 893-7506For State RepresentativeChittenden 9Democratic48362.97% YROBERT “ROB” CRAIG632 Snake Road(802) 866-5570NewburyVT05051(802) 866-5570For State RepresentativeWindsor-Orange 2Democratic1,47250.38%YYMARGARET CHENEYPO Box 521(802) 291-2779NorwichVT05055(802) 649-3039For State RepresentativeWindsor-Orange 2Democratic1,45049.62%YYJIM MASLAND714 Pero Hill Road(802) 785-4146Thetford CeVT05075(802) 785-4146For State RepresentativeOrleans 1Democratic34741.91% V. For State Treasurer YDAVID LIGHT7644 US Route 2(802) 372-4877North HeroVT05474(802) 372-4877For State RepresentativeGrand Isle-Chittenden 1-1Republican32651.91% YJAMES WESTON175 Towers Road Extension(802) 879-0991Essex JuncVT05452(802) 879-0991For State RepresentativeChittenden 7-1Democratic36244.04% A Democratic Party Jim Condos, Montpelier* 36,443 66.3% Charles Merriman, Middlesex 17,605 32.1% Combined Write‑in votes 881 1.6% Total votes counted 54,929 B Progressive Party Peter A Cooper, Brattleboro* 318 90.9% Combined Write‑in votes 32 9.1% Total votes counted 350 C Republican Party Jason Gibbs, Duxbury* 14,600 56.3% Chris Roy, Williston 11,127 42.9% Combined Write‑in votes 194 0.7% Total votes counted 25,921 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Secretary of State 81,200 August 24, 2010 Primary Election ‘ Canvassing Report ‘ Page 3 YRICHARD DAVIS679 Weatherhead Hollow Road(802) 251-0915GuilfordVT05301(802) 254-2240For State RepresentativeWindham 1Republican207100.00% YTIM PERSONS319 Crepeault Hill Road(866) 778-5780St. JohnsbuVT05819(866) 778-5780For State RepresentativeCaledonia 3Republican29338.45%YYGARY REIS1640B Main Street(802) 748-8132St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 748-8132For State RepresentativeCaledonia 3Republican22229.13% YJUDITH MCLAUGHLIN4181 State Park Road(802) 933-6549Enosburg FVT05450(802) 933-6549For State SenatorGrand Isle SenateDemocratic2,017100.00%YYRICHARD “DICK” MAZZA777 West Lake Shore Drive(802) 862-4065ColchesterVT05446-1539(802) 863-1067For State SenatorLamoille SenateDemocratic1,654100.00% YRONALD AUDET JR.926 Lower Elmore Mt. Road(802) 888-3502MorrisvilleVT05661(802) 888-4488For High BailiffOrangeDemocratic2,176100.00% YBOB BAIRD65 West Road(802) 483-2963North ChitteVT05763(802) 483-2963For State SenatorRutland SenateDemocratic3,69337.77%YYBILL CARRISPO Box 886(802) 236-7733RutlandVT05702(802) 236-7733For State SenatorRutland SenateDemocratic3,34234.18% NCHRIS PERKETTPO Box 346(802) 989-0575MiddleburyVT05753(802) 989-0575For State’s AttorneyLamoilleRepublican997100.00%YYJOEL W. PAGE304 Clif Reynolds Road(802) 888-7945JeffersonvillVT05464(802) 644-2010For State’s AttorneyOrangeRepublican1,309100.00%YYWILL PORTER199 Whitney Hill Road(802) 685-3036TunbridgeVT05077(802) 889-9837For State’s AttorneyOrleansRepublican1,281100.00%YYKEITH W. FLYNNPO Box 556(802) 334-2037Derby LineVT05830(802) 873-9921For State’s AttorneyRutlandRepublican2,59071.84%YYMARC D. BRIERRE300 Colonial Drive(802) 786-2531Rutland ToVT05701(802) 773-1715For State’s AttorneyRutlandRepublican1,01528.16% YTOM BURDITT1118 Clarendon Avenue(802) 438-0031West RutlaVT05777(802) 438-0031For State RepresentativeRutland 1-2Republican31247.78% Republican21,208100.00% For Secretary of State Republican3,54514.79% YHERB FONT-RUSSELL24 Griswold Drive(802) 855-8437RutlandVT05701(802) 779-7370For State RepresentativeRutland 5-3Democratic6026.67% VII. For Auditor of Accounts YSAM YOUNGPO Box 10(802) 321-0365West GloveVT05875(802) 321-0365For State RepresentativeOrleans-Caledonia 1Progressive7100.00% YCHARLIE BUCKNAM434 Eastman Road(802) 748-5525 Ext.E. HardwickVT05836-(802) 533-2926 Ext.For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic11,64116.03%YYTIM ASHE45 Lakeview Terrace(802) 318-0903BurlingtonVT05401(802) 318-0903For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic9,68913.34% YANGELA CHAGNON23 Matthew Avenue(802) 578-1207 Ext.BurlingtonVT05408-(802) 578-1207 Ext.For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-3Democratic63949.57%YYJASON P. LORBER231 Park Street(802) 863-9429BurlingtonVT05401(802) 863-9429For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-3Democratic65050.43%YYRACHEL WESTON78 1/2 Pitkin Street(802) 999-6623BurlingtonVT05401( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-4Democratic29526.94% Republican25,333100.00%YYTHOMAS M. SALMON1115 Railroad Street(802) 535-1555St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 535-1555For Attorney General NLORIE A. CARTWRIGHT826 Western Avenue(802) 579-2676BrattleboroVT05301(802) 579-2676For State RepresentativeWindham 3-1Democratic36754.53% YRICHARD BAYER20 B South Main(802) 578-2475AlburghVT05440(802) 796-4432For High BailiffLamoilleRepublican776100.00% YJOHN P. MONETTEPO Box 570(802) 334-5087DerbyVT05829(802) 334-2370For Probate JudgeRutlandDemocratic4,252100.00%YYKEVIN P. CANDON20 Marolin Acres(802) 775-7511RutlandVT05701(802) 775-2034For Probate JudgeRutlandRepublican2,989100.00%YYCHRISTOPHER H. HOWE988 Cedar Mountain Road(802) 265-3595Fair HavenVT05743(802) 265-3881For Probate JudgeWashingtonDemocratic6,600100.00%YYGEORGE K. BELCHER5 Marvin Street(802) 828-3405MontpelierVT05602(802) 223-3774For Probate JudgeWindhamDemocratic5,497100.00%YYROBERT M. PUPO Box 1938(802) 257-2898BrattleboroVT05302(802) 254-8361For Probate JudgeWindsorDemocratic5,852100.00%YYJOANNE ERTEL420 Randall Road(802) 457-1503WoodstockVT05091(802) 457-4163For Assistant JudgeAddisonDemocratic4,003100.00%YYBETSY GOSSENS59 Lake Dunmore Road(802) 388-5350SalisburyVT05769(802) 352-9058For Assistant JudgeAddisonRepublican1,619100.00%YYFRANK BROUGHTON4204 VT Route 125(802) 758-2477BridportVT05734(802) 758-2357For Assistant JudgeBenningtonDemocratic2,28851.42%YYJIM COLVINPO Box 681(802) 442-3157BenningtonVT05201(802) 442-3157For Assistant JudgeBenningtonDemocratic2,16248.58%YYWESLEY L. MOOK228 Washington Avenue(802) 442-5028BenningtonVT05201(802) 442-5028For Assistant JudgeCaledoniaRepublican1,23742.55%YYWILLIAM P. “BILL” KENNEDY17 Brunelle Street(802) 748-6600St. JohnsbuVT05819(802) 748-8232For Assistant JudgeCaledoniaRepublican35012.04% Republican14,60056.75% YPATTI J. LEWIS449 East Road(802) 229-9380BerlinVT05641-5388(802) 223-6319For State RepresentativeWashington 4Republican68351.16%YYTHOMAS F. “TOM” KOCH326 Lowery Road(802) 476-4141BarreVT05641(802) 472-2688For State RepresentativeWashington 4Republican65248.84%YYFRANCIS “TOPPER” MCFAUN97 Sunset Road(802) 479-9843BarreVT05641(802) 522-7530For State RepresentativeWashington 5Democratic1,57348.36%YYMARY HOOPER882 North Street(802) 793-9512MontpelierVT05602( ) -For State RepresentativeWashington 5Democratic1,68051.64%YYWARREN F. KITZMILLER138 North Street(802) 229-0878MontpelierVT05602(802) 229-0878For State RepresentativeWashington 5Progressive2100.00% YMARK S. YOUNGPO Box 38(802) 948-2813OrwellVT05760-0038(802) 948-2813For State SenatorBennington SenateDemocratic2,26243.64%YYBOB HARTWELLPO Box 1105(802) 362-5757ManchesterVT05255(802) 362-5757For State SenatorBennington SenateDemocratic2,92156.36%YYDICK SEARS343 Matteson Road(802) 442-9139North BenniVT05257(802) 442-9139For State SenatorBennington SenateRepublican64841.49% YJUSTIN R. NILES90 Meadow Lane(802) 733-1268ShaftsburyVT05262( ) -For High BailiffCaledoniaRepublican1,190100.00%YYDEAN SHATNEY288 School Street(802) 748-6666West BurkeVT05871(802) 467-3065For High BailiffChittendenDemocratic6,43456.80%YYDANIEL L. GAMELIN123 Canyon Road(802) 863-7375ColchesterVT05446(802) 879-1037For High BailiffChittendenDemocratic4,89443.20% YSALLY FOX80 Bartlett Bay Road(802) 860-6428South BurliVT05403( ) -For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic6,1058.41%YNFRANK “GUYER” GEIERPO Box 2131(802) 324-7512 Ext.South BurliVT05407-(802) 355-1976 Ext.For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic13,04517.97%YYVIRGINIA “GINNY” LYONS241 White Birch Lane(802) 863-6129WillistonVT05495(802) 863-6129For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic11,10815.30%YYHINDA MILLER64 DeForest Heights(802) 862-7008BurlingtonVT05401(802) 318-8692For State SenatorChittenden SenateDemocratic9,98313.75% YJAY MICHAUD354 Ledgewood Drive(802) 999-8553WillistonVT05495(802) 999-8553For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-1Democratic84351.31%YYBILL ASWAD74 Ridgewood Drive(802) 862-2067BurlingtonVT05408(802) 862-2067For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-1Democratic80048.69% YMARY DALY71 Ely Road(802) 333-9972FairleeVT05045(802) 333-9972For State RepresentativeOrange-Addison 1Democratic80454.55%YYPATSY FRENCH886 Harlow Hill(802) 728-9421RandolphVT05060(802) 728-9421For State RepresentativeOrange-Addison 1Democratic67045.45%YYLARRY TOWNSEND45 South Pleasant Street(802) 728-9046RandolphVT05060(802) 728-9646For State RepresentativeOrange-Addison 1Republican32238.98% A Democratic Party Christopher A Bray, New Haven 26,328 46.9% Steve Howard, RutlandCity* 27,808 49.6% Combined Write‑in votes 1,970 3.5% Total votes counted 56,106 B Progressive Party Marjorie Power, Montpelier* 222 58.3% Boots Wardinski, Newbury 101 26.5% Combined Write‑in votes 58 15.2% Total votes counted 381 C Republican Party Phil Scott, Berlin* 15,981 56.1% Mark Snelling, Starksboro 12,389 43.5% Combined Write‑in votes 105 0.4% Total votes counted 28,475 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Lieutenant Governor 84,962 YAGNES CLIFT34 Victory Drive(802) 658-0690South BurliVT05403(802) 310-9520For State RepresentativeChittenden 3-10Democratic470100.00%YYHELEN HEAD65 East Terrace(802) 862-2267South BurliVT05403(802) 862-2267For State RepresentativeChittenden 4Democratic659100.00%YYANNE T. O’BRIEN2406 Hinesburg Road(802) 434-4250RichmondVT05477(802) 434-4250For State RepresentativeChittenden 5-1Democratic739100.00%YYKATE WEBB1611 Harbor Road(802) 233-7798ShelburneVT05482(802) 988-2789For State RepresentativeChittenden 5-2Democratic533100.00%YYJOAN G. LENES197 Governor’s Lane(802) 985-8515ShelburneVT05482( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 5-2Republican173100.00% YBRIAN CAMPION1292 West Road(802) 375-4376BenningtonVT05201(802) 753-7705For State RepresentativeBennington 2-1Democratic72858.90%YYTIMOTHY R. CORCORAN, II8 Corey Lane(802) 447-0929BenningtonVT05201(802) 447-0929For State RepresentativeBennington 2-1Republican131100.00%YYJOSEPH L. KRAWCZYK JR.286 Ridge Lane(802) 442-8613BenningtonVT05201(802) 442-8613For State RepresentativeBennington 2-2Democratic43456.22%YYANNE LAMY MOOK228 Washington Avenue(802) 442-5028BenningtonVT05201(802) 442-5028For State RepresentativeBennington 2-2Democratic33843.78% Democratic62,319100.00%YYJEB SPAULDINGPO Box 222(802) 229-8216MontpelierVT05601(802) 229-8216For State Treasurer YMIKE HEBERTPO Box 120(802) 254-3619VernonVT05354(802) 254-3619For State RepresentativeWindham 2Democratic344100.00%YYANN MANWARINGPO Box 1089(802) 464-2150WilmingtonVT05363(802) 464-2150For State RepresentativeWindham 3-1Democratic30645.47% A Democratic Party Peter Welch, Hartland* 65,920 98.6% Combined Write‑in votes 913 1.4% Total votes counted 66,833 B Progressive Party Combined Write‑in votes 141 100.0% Total votes counted 141 C Republican Party Paul D Beaudry, Swanton* 10,797 43.8% John M Mitchell, RutlandCity 9,631 39.1% Keith Stern, Springfield 3,545 14.4% Combined Write‑in votes 659 2.7% Total votes counted 24,632 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Representative to Congress 91,606 YMIKE MCCARTHY32 South Main Street Apt. 9(802) 233-7587St. AlbansVT05478(802) 233-7587For State SenatorFranklin SenateRepublican2,02460.65%YYRANDY BROCK2396 Highgate Road(802) 868-2300St. AlbansVT05478(802) 868-2300For State SenatorFranklin SenateRepublican1,31339.35% NJOCELYN STOHLPO Box 220(802) 828-2244RandolphVT05060(802) 828-2244For State RepresentativeOrange-Caledonia 1Democratic331100.00%YYCHIP CONQUEST409 Bible Hill Road(802) 757-3803Wells RiverVT05081(802) 757-3803For State RepresentativeOrange-Caledonia 1Republican263100.00% YRICHARD B. MIDDLETON2304 Main Street(802) 928-3033Isle LaMottVT05463(802) 928-3343For Assistant JudgeGrand IsleDemocratic75559.36%YYSHERRI POTVIN317 Old West Shore(802) 372-8400North HeroVT05474(802) 999-2663For Assistant JudgeGrand IsleRepublican349100.00% YDOUGLAS A. GAGE41 Hazel Street(802) 773-0616RutlandVT05701(802) 773-0616For State RepresentativeRutland 6Republican243100.00%YYCHARLES “BUTCH” SHAW910 Markowski Road(802) 483-2339FlorenceVT05744(802) 483-2398For State RepresentativeRutland 7Republican210100.00%YYJOE ACINAPURA45 Park Street(802) 247-8403BrandonVT05733(802) 247-8403For State RepresentativeRutland 8Democratic329100.00%YYJOHN W. MALCOLM1822 Rupert Mountain Road(802) 325-3424PawletVT05761(802) 325-3424For State RepresentativeRutland 8Republican157100.00% YED STONE138 Wildwood West(802) 425-3277CharlotteVT05445(802) 425-3277For State RepresentativeChittenden 2Democratic91546.21%YYTERENCE “TERRY” MACAIG82 Pamela Court(802) 878-3872WillistonVT05495(802) 878-3872For State RepresentativeChittenden 2Democratic1,06553.79%YYJIM MCCULLOUGH592 Gov. Chittenden Road(802) 878-2180WillistonVT05495-7762(802) 878-2180For State RepresentativeChittenden 2Republican32650.62% Progressive22268.73% YMARJORIE POWER67 Independence Green(802) 229-0782MontpelierVT05602(802) 229-0782For Lieutenant Governor NKIMBERLY B. CHENEY143 South Bear Swamp Road(802) 223-4000MiddlesexVT05602(802) 223-3181For State SenatorWashington SenateDemocratic5,57727.04%YYANN E. CUMMINGS24 Colonial Drive(802) 229-0345MontpelierVT05602(802) 223-6043For State SenatorWashington SenateDemocratic2,90914.11% NWALTER E. HASTINGS864 South Windsor Street(802) 356-5203South RoyaVT05068(802) 356-5203For State RepresentativeWindsor-Orange 1Republican165100.00%YYDAVID M. AINSWORTH86 VT Route 14(802) 763-8017South RoyaVT05068( ) -For State RepresentativeWindsor-Rutland 1Democratic373100.00% NMATT DUNNE314 Clayhill Road(802) 295-5009HartlandVT05048( ) -For Governor YANTHONY COTTERPO Box 872(802) 746-8713PittsfieldVT05762( ) -For State RepresentativeWindsor-Rutland 2Progressive16100.00%YYSANDY HAAS360 South Main(802) 767-4751RochesterVT05767(802) 767-4751For State RepresentativeWindsor-Rutland 2Republican224100.00% YFRED K. BASER35 Mountain Street(802) 453-2378BristolVT05443(802) 453-4391For State RepresentativeAddison 4Republican32741.44% YD. JUSTINE SCANLON120 Soule Street(802) 442-7001BenningtonVT05201(802) 442-9474For Probate JudgeCaledoniaDemocratic1,903100.00%YYERNEST TOBIAS BALIVETPO Box 114(802) 684-3666 Ext.DanvilleVT05828-0114(802) 684-3666 Ext.For Probate JudgeChittendenDemocratic13,324100.00%YYSUSAN L. FOWLER14 Catella Road(802) 951-5133Essex JuncVT05452(802) 878-6495For Probate JudgeEssexRepublican494100.00%YYALLEN D. HODGDONPO Box 137(802) 676-3910GuildhallVT05905(802) 676-3713For Probate JudgeFranklinDemocratic3,429100.00%YYLARRY BRUCEPO Box 467(802) 524-4112St. AlbansVT05478(802) 524-3090For Probate JudgeGrand IsleDemocratic815100.00%YYLINDA PETRY EFFEL4 Robinson Point Road(802) 372-8816Grand IsleVT05458(802) 372-3161For Probate JudgeGrand IsleRepublican343100.00% YWILLIAM ROBERTS1130 Barry Road(802) 524-5911FairfieldVT05455(802) 452-5811For State RepresentativeFranklin 2Republican29127.20% YJACK ANDERSON2812 Westerdale Cut Off Road(802) 457-1822WoodstockVT05091(802) 457-2398For Assistant JudgeWindsorDemocratic4,71850.49%YYDAVID SINGERPO Box 243(802) 738-9939HartlandVT05048(802) 436-2943For Assistant JudgeWindsorRepublican1,661100.00% YCHERYL MAZZARIELLO HOOKER11 Royce Street(802) 353-7288RutlandVT05701-4432(802) 775-5462For State SenatorRutland SenateRepublican2,24126.85% YANDREA OCHS37 Needham Hill Road(802) 948-2670OrwellVT05760(802) 948-2670For State SenatorAddison SenateRepublican1,75762.88% Republican9,63140.17% YTONY MORGAN472 Dewey Avenue(802) 282-5374West RutlaVT05777(802) 438-5069For State RepresentativeRutland 1-2Democratic45754.80%YYDAVE POTTERPO Box 426(802) 438-5385North ClareVT05759(802) 438-5385For State RepresentativeRutland 1-2Republican34152.22% YROBERT MACILVANE552 Granby Road(802) 328-4041GuildhallVT05905( ) -For High BailiffGrand IsleDemocratic885100.00%YYCAROL B. TREMBLE88 Kibbe Point Road(802) 372-6313South HeroVT05486(802) 372-4805For High BailiffGrand IsleRepublican295100.00% YRICHARD MORTON1089 Marlboro Road(802) 275-3915BrattleboroVT05301(802) 257-2780For State RepresentativeWindham 3-2Democratic539100.00%YYMOLLIE S. BURKE62 West Street(802) 257-4844BrattleboroVT05301(802) 257-4844For State RepresentativeWindham 3-3Democratic536100.00%YYSARAH EDWARDS127 Main Street 4A(802) 257-4630BrattleboroVT05301(802) 257-4630For State RepresentativeWindham 4Democratic99852.14%YYMICHAEL J. OBUCHOWSKI72 Atkinson Street(802) 387-5509Bellows FalVT05101(802) 463-3094For State RepresentativeWindham 4Democratic91647.86%YYCAROLYN W. PARTRIDGE1612 Old Cheney Road(802) 874-4182WindhamVT05359(802) 874-4182For State RepresentativeWindham 5Democratic1,34649.96%YYDAVID L. DEEN5607 Westminster West Road(802) 869-3116WestminstVT05346(802) 869-3116For State RepresentativeWindham 5Democratic1,34850.04%YYMIKE MROWICKI299 South Pine Banks Road(802) 387-8787PutneyVT05346( ) -For State RepresentativeWindham 6Democratic684100.00%YYRICHARD J. MAREKPO Box 476(802) 365-9107NewfaneVT05345(802) 365-9107For State RepresentativeWindham 6Republican88100.00% YLEIGH J. DAKINPO Box 467(802) 875-3456ChesterVT05143(802) 875-3456For State RepresentativeWindsor 1-2Democratic64549.20%YYALICE M. EMMONS318 Summer Street(802) 885-5893SpringfieldVT05156(802) 885-5893For State RepresentativeWindsor 1-2Democratic66650.80%YYCYNTHIA MARTIN903 French Meadow Road(802) 886-8470SpringfieldVT05156(802) 886-8470For State RepresentativeWindsor 1-2Republican25641.76% YHILARY COOKEPO Box 1232(802) 257-1611BrattleboroVT05302( ) -For State SenatorWindsor SenateDemocratic5,25134.28%YYJOHN CAMPBELLPO Box 1306(802) 295-1111QuecheeVT05059(802) 295-6238For State SenatorWindsor SenateDemocratic5,22434.10%YYRICHARD “DICK” MCCORMACK127 Cleveland Brook Road(802) 234-5497BethelVT05032(802) 234-5497For State SenatorWindsor SenateDemocratic4,84431.62%YYALICE W. NITKAPO Box 136(802) 228-8432LudlowVT05149-0136(802) 228-8432For State SenatorWindsor SenateRepublican1,39733.65% YDAVID HARRINGTON17 Platinum Plain(802) 477-3933BarreVT05641(802) 476-5238For State SenatorWashington SenateRepublican2,05629.45% YSARAH E. BUXTON190 Caron Circle #3(802) 233-0274South RoyaVT05068(802) 233-0274For State RepresentativeWindsor-Orange 1Democratic22136.23% YLISA ERWIN-DAVIDSON323 N. Derby Road(802) 334-2571NewportVT05855(802) 272-6952For State RepresentativeOrleans 1Republican24232.93% YBETSY DUNN2 Cindy Lane(802) 878-6628 Ext.EssexVT05452-(802) 878-6628 Ext.For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-1Democratic59355.42%YYDEBBIE EVANS53 Greenfield Road(802) 878-4317EssexVT05452(802) 878-4317For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-1Republican320100.00%YYLINDA K. MYERS51 Forest Road(802) 878-3514Essex JuncVT05452(802) 878-3514For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-2Democratic76454.45%YYTIM JERMAN5 Sycamore Lane(802) 878-2972Essex JuncVT05452( ) -For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-2Democratic63945.55%YYLINDA J. WAITE-SIMPSON76 Beech Street(802) 872-0499Essex JuncVT05452(802) 881-8528For State RepresentativeChittenden 6-2Republican30951.67% NCHRIS ROYPO Box 53(802) 846-8323WillistonVT05495(802) 879-7322For Auditor of Accounts YGEORGE BILODEAU170 Fontaine Road(802) 527-0313 Ext.GeorgiaVT05468-( ) – Ext.For Assistant JudgeFranklinDemocratic1,99539.29% YGEORGE NED SPEAR154 Campbell Bay Road(802) 868-2929 Ext.West SwanVT05488-(802) 363-6616 Ext.For Probate JudgeLamoilleRepublican974100.00%YYJAMES R. DEAN MAHONEYPO Box 194(802) 888-7707Hyde ParkVT05655(802) 888-5080For Probate JudgeOrangeRepublican1,301100.00%YYBERNARD “BERNIE” LEWIS226 Hebard Hill Road(802) 728-9604 Ext.RandolphVT05060-(802) 728-3675 Ext.For Probate JudgeOrleansRepublican1,303100.00% YMIRIAM “MUFFIE” CONLON61 Clarendon Avenue(802) 223-2440MontpelierVT05602(802) 223-2440For Assistant JudgeWindhamDemocratic4,54755.94%YYPATRICIA W. DUFFPO Box 6385(802) 579-1167BrattleboroVT05302(802) 579-1167For Assistant JudgeWindhamDemocratic3,58144.06% YJOSEPH S. SPANO175 Country Hill(626) 991-5198BrattleboroVT05301(626) 991-5198For Assistant JudgeWindhamRepublican1,185100.00% NMICHAEL ROOSEVELTPO Box 179(802) 748-5525GreensboroVT05842(802) 533-2162For Assistant JudgeCaledoniaRepublican1,32045.41%YYROY C. VANCEPO Box 186(802) 751-0287DanvilleVT05828(802) 684-3488For Assistant JudgeChittendenDemocratic6,45529.52% YCARL J. HAAS48 Campbell Road(802) 775-3905RutlandVT05701(802) 775-3905For State RepresentativeRutland 5-4Democratic284100.00%YYGALE COURCELLE50 Hazel Street(802) 775-0262RutlandVT05701(802) 775-0262For State RepresentativeRutland 5-4Republican168100.00% NMAURICE F. MAHONEY69 Joy Drive(802) 652-7031South BurliVT05403(802) 658-6353For Assistant JudgeChittendenDemocratic6,53829.90% NPETER A. CADYPO Box 22(802) 775-3229PittsfordVT05763(802) 483-6322For Assistant JudgeRutlandRepublican2,27539.65%YYJEAN H. COLOUTTI10 Hillcrest Road(802) 775-4394RutlandVT05701(802) 773-6242For Assistant JudgeRutlandRepublican1,99034.68% YAUDREY J. BRYANT28 Pearl Street(802) 372-3820Grand IsleVT05458(802) 372-3820For State’s AttorneyGrand IsleDemocratic38340.83%YNDAVID G. MILLER147 High Street(802) 524-5211St. AlbansVT05478(802) 524-9052For State’s AttorneyGrand IsleDemocratic667.04% A Democratic Party Susan Bartlett, Hyde Park 3,759 5.1% Matt Dunne, Hartland 15,323 20.8% Deb Markowitz, Montpelier 17,579 23.9% Doug Racine, Richmond 18,079 24.6% Peter Shumlin, Putney* 18,276 24.8% Combined Write‑in votes 560 0.8% Total votes counted 73,576 B Progressive Party Martha Abbott, Underhill* 257 69.6% Combined Write‑in votes 112 30.4% Total votes counted 369 C Republican Party Brian E Dubie, Essex* 28,452 98.6% Combined Write‑in votes 416 1.4% Total votes counted 28,868 TOTAL VOTES CAST For Governor 102,813 Democratic60,011100.00%YYWILLIAM H. SORRELLPO Box 809(802) 343-3015MontpelierVT05601-0809(802) 343-3015For Attorney General YJOHN F. BEHANBecks Drive(802) 447-8618BenningtonVT05201(802) 447-8618For SheriffBenningtonRepublican886100.00%YYCHAD D. SCHMIDT571 Skyboro Road(802) 442-4900 Ext.PownalVT05261-(802) 823-4672 Ext.For SheriffCaledoniaRepublican1,276100.00%YYMICHAEL H. BERGERONPO Box 84(802) 748-6666BarnetVT05821(802) 633-3632For SheriffChittendenDemocratic12,957100.00%YYKEVIN M. MCLAUGHLIN51 Clymer Street(802) 863-7386BurlingtonVT05401(802) 862-7222For SheriffEssexDemocratic197100.00% Progressive257100.00% YLARRY C. ROBINSON70 Joseph Lane(802) 365-7766NewfaneVT05345(802) 365-7766For Assistant JudgeWindsorDemocratic4,62749.51% Progressive10131.27% YJeb Spaulding NRICHARD “RICH” DURHAM125 Kennedy Drive Unit #4(802) 310-7327South BurliVT05403(802) 862-0081For Assistant JudgeChittendenDemocratic6,21528.43% Democratic7,89210.90% NSTEPHEN A. 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Sixteenth birthdays are special, but when the celebration is for an indie music festival you can expect that the party will be like no other. This year will mark the 16th time that MACRoCk, a festival that takes place in Harrisonburg, Virginia, will have been held. For an event that came close to demise and was re-born, and for the city that hosts it, this milestone couldn’t be sweeter.Harrisonburg, a town recently featured in BRO’s list of Best Mid-Sized Outdoor Cities, is a community centered around James Madison University, a state college with 20,000 students. In the 1990s many of the college’s student radio station staff made an annual pilgrimage to the College Music Journal festival held in New York City. Each year they became more disillusioned as the festival went from its indie grass roots to corporate sponsorship. The JMU students thought they could do better themselves.In 1997 they organized and held the first Mid-Atlantic College Radio Conference (MACRoCk). The first year’s event featured a few bands in public venues on the college campus. The festival grew steadily over the next few years until it included over 120 bands and drew a crowd of 5,000 by the early 2000s. By this point MACRoCk had showcased talent the likes of Elliot Smith, Fugazi, Animal Collective, The Wrens, Coheed and Cambria, Avail, Dashboard Confessional, The Walkmen and War on Drugs. National touring acts would plan their yearly schedule so that they would be in Virginia in spring to play the event.Then, like any good rock and roll saga, things started to come apart. The festival’s burgeoning size was beginning to stretch the campus’s capacity and the cost of renting the university’s facilities created a growing mountain of debt for the event.“The relationship between the university and the festival became adversarial and the event lost compatibility with the campus,” recalled Andy Perrine, Associate Vice President for Communications for JMU and the event’s facility advisor during its peak in the early 2000s.Following the 2006 festival organizers knew something had to change. They skipped 2007’s festival as they continued to reorganize. In 2008, they were back. The revived MACRoCk cut its ties with the university, incorporated as a not-for-profit and differed from its previous incarnations in one key way. It had moved a few blocks down the street from the JMU campus to downtown Harrisonburg.The once vibrant downtown of the county seat town had suffered over the years. Like all towns Harrisonburg began to suburbanize with housing developments, chain stores and strip malls pulling businesses and their patrons from the downtown area and clustering them around the interstate. Then came a wave of urban renewal, a subtle way of describing the pulling down of historic buildings and making parking decks in their place. But in the last decade Harrisonburg’s downtown has staged a comeback, with former industrial spaces renovated into housing and retail and with original, local businesses cropping up in formerly empty store fronts.The festival’s move meshed closely with the goals of Harrisonburg’s revitalization effort, known as the Downtown Renaissance, which was formed 11 years ago to inject life back into the downtown area. They quickly got the area designated a Virginia Main Street Community and made Harrisonburg the first in the state to have a Designated Arts and Cultural District. The new MACRoCk would draw crowds downtown, where the eateries are local, the art is original and the beer is craft.“It was a win-win for the city and the festival,” said Perrine, who has a unique perspective because he was not only involved with MACRoCk, he was a founder and current board member of the Downtown Renaissance.Festival regulars were worried the move would change the event and lose the momentum that MACRoCk had been building over the years. But the move brought new life to the festival. Free of the constraints and limitations of a public college the event has expanded its scope all while tailoring its size to the smaller theaters and stages of the downtown venues. It also found new sources of talent and support as it moved into downtown Harrisonburg.“MACRoCk is now much more the Harrisonburg community than it is the JMU community,” said Marisa Cagnoli, a senior communications major at JMU who is the head of the student committee that runs the festival. Cagnoli noted that local businesses provide venues and donate to support the event, a local Web designer maintains MACRoCk’s Web site and local artists design the festival’s art.In the years following its move MACRoCk proved the momentum was still there, featuring breakthrough acts like Best Coast, the Bowerbirds, Screaming Females, Bon Iver’s S. Carey and The Last Bison.“MACRoCk keeps getting bigger but it keeps the same level of energy,” Perrine said. “It hasn’t lost its character and it’s not about the big name acts. It hasn’t been institutionalized or ruined by corporate sponsorship.”The present festival has stayed true to its campus days. It’s is an eclectic mix of the top mid-Atlantic indie music talent presented with a socially conscious, DIY (do-it-yourself) attitude. MACRoCk has not only the sounds, but the sights and smells of an indie music festival. It also features informative panel discussions and an indie label expo. It’s the best of both worlds, a small, intimate festival with venues within walking distance mixed with a broad palate of music, from hip-hop and death metal to electronica and Americana, of a big festival. And at a time when festival tickets can cost you triple digits a two-day MACRoCk pass is still just $20 pre-ordered.“Our goal is to expose people to the mid-Atlantic music scene,” Cagnoli said. “We do it with volunteers and that grass roots mindset, focusing on community and a DIY ethic. MACRoCk gives you the chance to experience what people are capable of doing on their own and what can be accomplished without corporate sponsorship.”It all takes place in a unique environment. Typical downtown life in Harrisonburg goes on as MACRoCk takes place. Casual dinners mix with punk kids. Art aficionados stand shoulder-to-shoulder with indie rockers.“MACRoCk is really a showcase of the best of what used to exist in a lot of places, which is a funky, gritty, down-to-earth scene,” Perrine noted.This year’s MACRoCk will feature acts familiar to BRO readers from D.C. to Georgia, including Julianna Barwick, Dope Body and Cheap Time. The festival’s panels include a screening of From the Back of the Room, a film that follows the female DIY punk movement, and includes a discussion with director Amy Odem and rockers Michelle Northam of Sick Fix and Alissa Straiter of Passengers. Other panels will address topics from screen printing to running a record label.“MACRoCk is never the same from year to year,” Cagnoli said. “The structure is the same, but not the content. Every person comes to MACRoCk and leaves with their own unique inspiration.”It hasn’t been an easy journey for MACRoCk. The festival, like the music industry itself, has experienced its ups and downs. But by staying true to its roots and finding strength in the local community it has survived and thrived for 16 years. So for two nights in April a music festival will celebrate its new lease on life and a city’s downtown will be celebrating along with it.This year’s MACRoCk will take place April 5 and 6. For more information, to see the line-up or to buy tickets visit www.macrock.org.
A bicycle can find a great home almost anywhere. A bicycle’s needs are basic and its demands are straightforward; sounding something like, “get off the couch and take me for a spin.” From mountain towns with punishing terrain and bars flanked by foam-pad-tailgates to urban jungles where bikers sport shoulder bags and chunder is a manhole, here are the Blue Ridge towns that bicycles love.Brevard, North Carolina – Once mountain biking’s “best kept secret”, Brevard has a fat-tire grip on its claim as the capital of southern cycling. This small Appalachian hamlet has become a bicycle boom town with shops, breweries, and a variety of other businesses popping up in the wake of singletrack fever. Recent additions like The Hub Bike Shop, Pisgah Tavern, and Pilot Cove campground are enhancing Brevard’s regional repute and making it one of the hippest riding destinations in the world. The inexhaustible abundance of singletrack in Pisgah Forest, miles of windy road riding, including the Blue Ridge Parkway, and world class races and events means more and more riders are making the pilgrimage. Additionally, Brevard College has one of the top road, cross country, and downhill programs in the nation.Must Ride: Any single track trail descending from the top of Clawhammer Road: Bennett, Black, Avery.Chattanooga, Tennessee – 120 miles of purpose-built single track within 10 miles of the city limits only begins to explain how much Chattanoogans dig their scoots. With planners carving miles of trail, instituting a bike share transit system, and passing laws that protect cyclists, this small city is earning much applause for its progressive, two-wheeled worldview. Bicycle Magazine called Chattanooga the 27th best biking city in America, the highest designation to any small southern city. On top of new trail systems and greenways, Chattanooga offers all the extra amenities that make for a fun riding destination, including happening neighborhoods, with breweries, restaurants, and decked out bike shops, like Suck Creek Cycle, and even an adventure hostel called The Crash Pad.Must Ride: Racoon Mountain for wildly fun singletrack, or Enterprise South Nature Park, where there is a little something for the whole family.Harrisonburg, Virginia -With its proximity to a lifetime’s worth of trail riding and a full calendar of bike races and festivals, Harrisonburg is the capital of Virginia’s mountain biking and cycling scene. In addition to hosting stellar backcountry races like the Shenandoah 100 and rugged gravel grinders like the Harris-Doubaix, Harrisonburg is home to six bike shops and a collegiate team at James Madison University. While there, make sure you hit Massanutten Mountain for dirt and single track, or, to take advantage of breathtaking road rides through the countryside, head east of town to the Shenandoah Valley or up to Skyline Drive.Louisville, Kentucky – Louisville has one of the richest biking traditions in the country. At the turn of the century Louisville was leading the national peloton, as a town fully enamored the new sport of cycling. In 1898, for example, 10,000 citizens took to their bicycles for a cycling parade. A little over 100 years later, Louisville still finds itself at the cutting edge of the bike world scene, as it was the first non-European city to host the World Cyclocross championship. And the groundbreaking tradition continues. Today Louisville is home to the largest underground bike park in the world, a 22-acre subterranean dirt world known as Megacavern. Louisville’s famed urban park system is relished by the countless cyclists who train on Olmstead’s Parkways for numerous regional road races. Antiquated single speeds are the preferable way to cruise some of Louisville’s hip neighborhoods, where bourbon, food, and music delightfully slosh together.Must Ride: The Olmstead Parkways or Megacavern. You’re probably inclined one way or the other.Davis, West Virginia – Davis, West Virginia does not offer all the frills of other cycle-centric towns, but for what it lacks in amenities it makes up for with an authentic vibe and rowdy, black diamond single track. Besides, fewer breweries, shops, and crowds is a refreshing change of pace in an ever-more commercialized scene. The gear you truly need can be found at Blackwater Bikes, a main street dive which has served the Tucker County faithful since 1982. The wilderness areas of Monongahela, Black Water Canyon, and Canaan Valley surround Davis and offer immediate access to some of the most hair-bristling and technical trails anywhere in the East. Furthermore, every June the Canaan Mountain Biking Festival showcases Davis’s grassroots passion. Even the four-years-old gear up for trial races. Other area races include the Blackwater Classic and the Revenge of the Rattlesnake.Must Ride: The Hellbender Cirque will give you a taste of the gnarliest stuff in the Canaan Valley. Commemorate the experience with Davis-style apres-biking at Hellbender Burritos.Best of the RestBoone, North Carolina: Rocky Knob bike park is a top-notch, purpose-built, in-town network; nearby Beech Mountain is among the best in East Coast Downhill; and Wilson Creek offers rugged backcountry exploration.Ellijay, Georgia: The capital of Georgia mountain biking serves up roughly 59 singletrack trails, such as Bear Creek and Pinhoti, as well as sweet digs at the Mulberry Gap Mountain Bike Get Away.Washington, D.C.: Sharing systems, bike lanes, new trails, and other proactive approaches are making the nation’s capital one of the most bike-friendly metropolises in the country, especially as social planners try to bring biking to economically disadvantaged neighborhoods.Greenville, South Carolina: Ex-pro and Lance Armstrong crony George Hincapie figure heads the cycling scene, including opening a high-end chateau where road warriors congregate. A blossoming downtown invites a growing number of tourists, especially foodies.Asheville, North Carolina: While the Blue Ridge Parkway and the trails in Pisgah are international riding meccas, the best option could be a pedal, drink, and eat tour through downtown to South Slope to the River Arts District to West Asheville.
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Empty classrooms, shuttered restaurants and hospitals bursting with patients. That was the scene in Mexico City in 2009 when a new strain of flu swept across much of the country and spread around the world.Just 11 years after the swine flu outbreak, which infected more than 60 million people in the US alone and took as many as half a million lives worldwide, the new coronavirus is threatening to spark another global epidemic.Health officials are trying to contain the virus that causes Covid-19, a pneumonia-like illness that can be severe in a minority of patients and spread from others who look healthy. Now, researchers and disease trackers are teetering on the brink of calling it a pandemic, a crisis that will likely affect the entire world. ‘Getting worse’The distinction may not be necessary, according to Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.“The situation is getting worse; all you have to do is look at the numbers,” he said. “If the trend continues the way we’re seeing now, we’re going to have a problem. Whatever you call it, it’s not good.”But the eight-letter word resonates with state and local health departments, hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, Schaffner said. Many of them have pandemic plans, developed and refined after earlier outbreaks, that will need to be dusted off, reviewed and implemented.The reasons for calling this outbreak a pandemic now are many, according to Tom Frieden, a former CDC director and New York City health commissioner. Researchers can’t trace all the links between outbreaks in different nations; the spread in hospitals and families shows the virus is quite transmissible; some countries that haven’t reported cases probably have them; and simple calculations suggest the tallies of travelers with the disease are probably just a fraction of the real number.“A pandemic is inevitable and we should call it what it is,” Frieden said. “What’s not inevitable is that it will be severe.”Measures as simple as frequent hand-washing can help prevent the spread of the virus, public health experts say. Travel restrictions like those implemented in China have slowed its global spread, but probably won’t stop it, Fauci said.‘Precarious position’People in the US should prepare for disruptions to daily life, warned Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. In the event of a pandemic, schools may consider dividing classes into smaller groups or even shutting down, she said. Businesses will have to consider more telecommuting, and communities and cities may have to cancel mass gatherings.The WHO has already declared the outbreak an international public health emergency. The situation may be more difficult to define as a pandemic, according to Michael Ryan, executive director of WHO’s emergencies program. Most pandemics are caused by flu, and the transmission of coronavirus needs to be studied further, he said. While new cases are falling in China, the possibility of a global outbreak is real, he said.“It is time to do everything you would do in preparing for a pandemic,” he said in a press conference. “We’re still trying to avoid that eventuality and countries are having success in doing that. Let’s focus on what we can do.”The coronavirus outbreak looks nothing like the 1918 flu that killed an estimated 50 million people worldwide. The pandemics of Asian flu of 1956-1958 and Hong Kong flu in 1968 are each estimated to have killed from 1 million to 4 million people.Fortunately, unlike most flu strains, the new virus seems to leave children relatively unscathed, Schaffner said. That suggests fewer scenes like one he witnessed in the swine flu outbreak, when a five-year-old child died at Vanderbilt after being sent home from two other emergency rooms, he recalled.Treatments for flu have improved since then, and doctors are already testing antivirals and vaccines against the coronavirus. Yet other signs of a pandemic may still come, such as shortages of hospital beds and patients waiting in hallways waiting for attention, he said.“We’re at the edge of the cliff,” Schaffner said. “We’re in a more precarious position now than we were one week ago, and I see this week as determining what’s going to happen.” “We’re on the knife-edge,” said William Schaffner, a Vanderbilt University infectious disease specialist who’s been through the Asian flu, Hong Kong and swine flu pandemics.Two months after emerging in China’s Hubei province, the coronavirus has hit at least four continents, with rising case counts and huge responses in Iran, South Korea, Italy and Japan. More than 80,000 cases have been reported, including some 2,800 deaths. Authorities in the US and Thailand are warning about wider outbreaks in their countries.Yet most of the cases and clusters are traceable, according to the World Health Organization, meaning that for the most part community spread outside China is rare. Questions over the nature of the virus underscore WHO’s reluctance to call the outbreak a pandemic just yet, especially while there are early signs of slowed or stopped transmission in some countries.A pandemic doesn’t have a formal numerical definition, said Schaffner, who has advised the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on infections. It’s an epidemic that becomes global, spreading in multiple countries. In most cases, measures to contain the epidemic in one region or country have failed, and the goal switches to mitigation — trying to ease the pain. Topics :
Published on March 30, 2016 at 2:54 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Former Syracuse football player Amir Ealey has been charged with two counts of rape for incidents that occurred in a residence hall on the Syracuse University campus in July 2015, police said.Ealey was arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of rape in the third degree for incidents that allegedly occurred in the Ernie Davis residence hall, according to the Syracuse Police Department. The victims of the incidents were acquaintances of Ealey’s, per SPD.The two victims allege Ealey forced them to have sex with him after they told him no, Syracuse.com reported. Senior Assistant District Attorney Jeremy Cali said Ealey violated a “no means no” rule. Cali also told Syracuse.com that SPD was only made aware of the allegations last week. If convicted, Ealey could serve from one and one-third years to four years in jail for each charge.Ealey, 19, played in seven games as a freshman in 2015 — mostly on special teams — and recorded one tackle. He was dismissed from SU’s football team on Feb. 4 after being suspended indefinitely in November. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Related Stories Amir Ealey and Qaadir Sheppard reportedly suspended due to failed drug testsScott Shafer on leaked info regarding suspension of 2 DEs: ‘I hate it. I hate it.’ Facebook Twitter Google+
Facebook20Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by Olympia Master BuildersOMB 2012 Tour of Homes Award Winners, pictured from L – R. (Back Row) Ron Deering of Deering & Nelson, Inc.; Mark Barton of Dickey’s Remodel & Repair; Tessa Smith of The Artisans Group; Diane Gassman of Interior Dimensions, LLC (for Dickey’s Remodel & Repair and Olympia Construction, Inc.); Mark Kitabayashi of Windermere Real Estate (for SoundBuilt NW, LLC), Jeff Kelley of Evergeen State Builders; Nancey Kelley of Evergreen State Builders; Corey Peters of Evergreen State Builders; Chance Wehrer of Coldwell Banker (for Evergreen State Builders); Scott Bergford of Scott Homes, and Daimon Doyle of Scott Homes. (Front Row) Andy Gruhn of Northwest Family Homes, Inc.; Mike Auderer of Olympia Construction, Inc.; Kirby Kelley of Evergreen State Builders; and David Danton of Lexar Homes.The Olympia Master Builders (OMB) hosted the OMB Tours of Homes™ award ceremonies at the October 2 General Membership Dinner Meeting, which was held at Indian Summer Golf & Country Club. According to 2012 OMB President James Peterson, “This year’s tour included thirteen homes, represented by eleven builders. There were eleven new homes, and two remodel projects. These new and remodeled homes demonstrated to the community our builders’ passion for excellence.”Builders for this year’s Tour included: The Artisans Group; Deering & Nelson, Inc.; DeTray’s, LLC; Dickey’s Remodel & Repair; Evergreen State Builders; Lexar Homes; Northwest Family Homes, Inc.; Olympia Construction, Inc.; Schneider Homes, Inc.; Scott Homes; and SoundBuilt NW, LLC.The public at large voted on homes for the People’s Choice Awards. A team of industry experts, from outside the Thurston County area comprised the panel of judges, to select the Judges’ Awards. Judges looked at overall first impressions, attention to detail, balance and function, relationship of design to site, special features and more in deciding who should get top honors. To see photos of all the homes, go to www.omb.org. Look under the “Current Events” tab to find a link to the 2012 Tour of Homes™.The People’s Choice Award winners: Best Curb Appeal – Evergreen State BuildersBest Kitchen – Evergreen State BuildersBest Master Suite – Evergreen State BuildersBest Floor Plan – Deering & Nelson, Inc.Best Remodel – Dickey’s Remodel & RepairBest Built Green® Features – Scott HomesBest of Show – Evergreen State BuildersThe Judges’ Choice Award winners: Best Curb Appeal – Schneider Homes, Inc.Best Kitchen – Scott HomesBest Master Suite – Northwest Family Homes, Inc. – Briggs VillageBest Floor Plan – The Artisans GroupBest Remodel – Olympia Construction, Inc.Best Built Green® Features – Scott HomesBest of Show – (Production) SoundBuilt NW – Lacey plan (Custom) The Artisans GroupJudges’ Special Award for Best Practical Use of Built Green® Features – Lexar HomesChair Karen McClennen of The Olympian thanked her Committee Members: Erik Barrett of RSVP of Olympia; Sarah Huffer of KGY Radio – AM 1240 & 96.9 KAYO Country; Julie Manker of The Olympian; Greg Stevens of Mixx 96.1 FM and Eileen Ryan of Scott Homes.OMB thanks our returning Silver Sponsor, Olympia Federal Savings, and Bronze Sponsors, Puget Sound Energy. Thank you to returning Media Sponsors, The Olympian and Mixx 96.1 FM KXXO.The Olympia Master Builders is a professional trade association representing over 600 member companies located in Thurston, Lewis, Grays Harbor, Mason andPacific Counties. Our members come from all sectors of the building trades and they are committed to “building strong communities, one home at a time.
Facebook161Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by the Thurston County Chamber of CommerceThe Thurston County Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the sixth annual Boss of the Year honorees. Co-sponsored by Express Employment Professionals, this award recognizes outstanding individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership in the workplace through innovation, communication, vision, and performance.The 2015 honorees are: Ron Bruchet, GHB Insurance; Melissa Jenkins, The Olympian; and Meagan Darrow, TOGETHER!Honorable mentions include: Ed Schilter, KMB designs group, inc.; Jim Haley, Thurston First Bank; and Dr. Gene Sharratt, Washington Student Achievement Council.Over 20 bosses from non-profit organizations to state agencies to private sector companies were nominated by their employees.Again this year, Saint Martin’s University business students played an important role in the selection process by interviewing finalists and gathering data for the selection committee. “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to meet with exceptional business leaders in the community and to also learn more about what truly defines leadership in the workplace,” says Richard Beer, Ph.D., dean of the School of Business.Bruchet, Jenkins, and Darrow join a group of past honorees, including:Steve Hall, the City of OlympiaDr. Yong Liu, State Department of AgricultureRae-Lynn Bidon, Olympia Orthopaedic AssociatesJoseph Di Santo, PanoramaHeidi West, America’s Credit UnionDr. Terrence Hess, Foot & Ankle Surgical AssociatesSteve Brooks, Lacey Fire District 3Jessica Jensen, Jessica Jensen Law PSJoe Ingoglia, Boys & Girls Club of Thurston CountyMariella Cummings, Physicians of Southwest WashingtonRobert Coit, Thurston County Food BankMike Harbour, Intercity TransitMike Strub, LOTT Clean Water AllianceBruce Cramer, O Bee Credit UnionJohn Setterstrom, Lucky Eagle CasinoThe recognition event will take place on Wednesday, December 9 at the Red Lion Hotel Olympia beginning at 11:30am with a lunch buffet and recognition program starting at 12pm. To make a reservation to attend, register online at www.thurstonchamber.com.