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RESULTS: City Council race 2020

RESULTS: City Council race 2020

Staff Report

March 3, 2020

As the polls throughout Burlington close, the Vermont Cynic has reporters inside City Hall waiting for the Wards 1-8 races to be called. Check back on this post as we update it with more results. Here are the unofficial results from City Hall: Ward 1: According to poll workers at Ward 1, Progr...

Happening now: Live updates from the Bernie Sanders Vermont rally

Happening now: Live updates from the Bernie Sanders Vermont rally

Staff Report

March 3, 2020

ESSEX, VT–Two Cynic reporters have traveled to the Champlain Valley Exposition for the Sen. Bernie Sanders Super Tuesday rally. We will be updating this story. 6:30: As supporters start to file into the room, the room is getting increasingly hot, loud and crowded. Future voter and first ...

Sounds from the polling places: what Ward 1 voters had to say

Sounds from the polling places: what Ward 1 voters had to say

Zoe Stern, Assistant News Editor

March 3, 2020

In Ward 1 voters not only had to decide who to vote for in the presidential primaries but also who out of three candidates would represent them on Burlington’s city council.  Incumbent and Independent candidate Sharon Bushor was facing off against Progressive Zoraya Hightower and Democrat Jillian Scanne...

Sounds from the polling places: what Ward 2 voters had to say

A sign indicates the Ward 2 polling place in Burlington, March 3, 2020.

Lilly Page, Cynic News Reporter

March 3, 2020

At the Integrated Arts Academy in Burlington, voters took to the polls to make their voices heard. In Ward 2, along with voting in the Presidential Primaries, voters chose between Progressive incumbent Max Tracy and Democrat Ryan Nick for the city council race. MAX TRACY, INCUMBENT CITY COUNCIL CAN...

Sounds from the polling places: what Ward 8 voters had to say

Seen here is the ward 8 polling place at the Fletcher Free Library.

Staff Report

March 3, 2020

Voters throughout the city of Burlington took to the polls March 3 to make their voices heard. In Ward 8, Democrat incumbent Adam Roof faced off against Jane Stromberg in the race for city council. Here are what the voters had to say on the ground at the Ward 8 polling place, the Fletcher Free Li...

Town Meeting Day: a guide to casting your vote

Town Meeting Day: a guide to casting your vote

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Today, March 3, is Town Meeting Day in Vermont. Here in Burlington, voters will be electing eight individuals to City Council. Five of the eight city council seats up for a vote are contested. Here's what you need to know to cast your vote: How to vote: 1.) Look up your voter registratio...

Burlington City Council voting guide: Ward 5

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running in Ward 5 for Burlington City Council. Nate Lantieri, Ward 5 Nate Lantieri ‘19 is a Proggressive running for Ward 5. Lantieri first became interested in politics while he was working for the city, he said. For Lantieri, one of the big...

Burlington City Council voting guide: Ward 4

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running in Ward 4 for Burlington City Council. Sarah Carpenter, Ward 4 Sarah Carpenter is running as a Democrat for Ward 4. She decided to get involved in politics mainly because of her dedication to creating affordable housing. This is h...

Burlington City Council voting guide: Ward 1

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running in Ward 1 for Burlington City Council. Ward 1 is one of two wards that represent UVM students. Jillian Scannell, Ward 1 SAWYER LOFTUS/Vermont Cynic Scannell, who is also president of SGA, said that she decided to get involved in government due to her passion for the environment and public service...

Burlington City Council voting guide: Ward 8

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running in Ward 8 for Burlington City Council. Ward 8 is one of two wards that represent UVM students. Jane Stromberg, Ward 8 Stephan Toljan/Vermont Cynic Jane Stromberg, who graduated from UVM in 2019, credits her time at UVM with helping her form a view of the outside world. “I realized ...

Burlington City Council voting guide: Ward 2

Staff Report

March 2, 2020

Here's what you need to know about the candidates running in Ward 2 for Burlington City Council. Ryan Nick, Ward 2 City councilor candidate for Ward 2, Ryan Nick, decided to run because he noticed the need for affordable housing and biking accessibility. “Burlington, we have incredible asset...

BOT selects new chair and discusses sustainability

Members of the board of trustees prepare for the March 2 meeting where they selected Ron Lumbra to be the new chair and established the new sustainability work group.

Sawyer Loftus, News and Sports Editor

March 2, 2020

UVM’s board of trustees have selected a new chair and agreed to form a new working group to study sustainability, at its March 2 meeting. Ron Lumbra was selected to steer the board. He previously served as vice chair of the board under David Daigle who stepped down as chair last month. Lumbra was...

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