“Democrat Alison Clarkson, who is on her first term in the state Senate, is eager for more.”
Check out the full article “Clarkson Seeks Senate Seat” in the Mountain Times here. Learn more about Alison’s positions on issues such as childhood education and income inequality, and hear about her hopes for the next term.
Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) have endorsed Alison based on her leadership on environmental issues during her previous term.
VCV is a non-partisan organization that “works to elect environmentally-friendly candidates to public office, and then holds elected officials accountable for the decisions they make affecting our air, water, communities, land, and wildlife.” Read more about their work and mission here.
On August 10, The New York Times published article “Republican Governors in Blue States Find a Way to Get Along.” The article featured Governor Scott, and you may recognize a familiar face alongside him!
Read the full article here.
Very excited and honored to have received the Vermont State Employees’ Association (VSEA)’s endorsement. It means a great deal to me to be supported by the women and men who make so much of Vermont work for all of us. I hope to continue as a proponent of workers’ rights during my next term in the senate.
Read more about it here.