“These candidates have taken their frustration and turned it into action in their communities,” shared RFS co-founder and co-executive director, Amanda Litman. “Our legislative future, from reproductive rights and gun control to climate change and more, are on the ballot this fall. We’re here to support our endorsees as they fight for democracy in state and local offices across the country.” Run For Something Endorsement
"Two Democrats, Christina Deeley and Philip Pouech, are running for the Chittenden 4-2 House district seat vacated by longtime Hinesburg Rep. Bill Lippert, who decided not to seek reelection... Both candidates will face off in the Democratic primary on Tuesday, Aug. 9. We asked the candidates a series of questions, presented here."
"This is a year of incredible change to Vermont's state legislature, statewide elections, and federal delegation and we are excited to have such a dynamic slate of champion candidates across Vermont," said Dan Fingas, RAD Vermont Movement Politics Director. RAD Endorsement
“These are an outstanding group of committed, pro-state employee candidates whom we feel we can rely on to stand with us when the going gets tough,” said Aimee Bertrand Towne, VSEA’s president.
Emerge Vermont, the state’s premier organization that recruits and trains Democratic women to run for office, saw 49 alums officially file to run following Vermont’s qualifying day on May 26th.
Christina Deeley is running to be the next Democratic representative for the Chittenden 4-2 district serving Hinesburg.