David Zuckerman cleared the first big hurdle Tuesday in his bid to become Vermont’s next governor. But now he faces a much taller task in the general election: He has to convince voters to oust a Republican incumbent who’s won high marks for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Vermont’s 2020 primary election is on Aug. 11, and early voting has already begun. Wondering how to vote by mail? Who the candidates are? Here's a last-minute guide.
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Vermont Public Radio has won four national awards for its news coverage in 2019 from the Public Media Journalists Association (formerly Public Radio News Directors Incorporated). The winning pieces included an episode of VPR’s people-powered journalism project Brave Little State , and This Land , VPR’s collaboration with Vermont PBS about the changing story of rural Vermont:
How is ice cream made? Why does ice cream melt? Why does some ice cream melt faster than others? We'll answer your questions about this summery concoction with Rabia Kamara of Ruby Scoops in Richmond, Virginia. It's going to be sweet.