Two Years Or Four? Debating The Length Of Governor's Term

Jan 31, 2019

Back in 1870, Vermont made a bold move. It doubled the length of the gubernatorial term of office from one year to two. Is it time to double it again? And what would be the repercussions for the length of terms in the State House and Senate?

Former Vermont Governors Madeleine Kunin and Howard Dean debate the merits of increasing the governor's term. And they'll also look ahead to the 2020 Democratic presidential primary race and the prospects for the potential candidates.

Broadcast live on Friday, Feb. 1, 2019 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.