Series: 
Vermont This Week
Episode #: 
2928
Zone: 
Open Area
Header: 
Governor Shumlin's First 100 Days: By the Numbers
Body: 

Times testified before U.S. Congress: 1
Trips to Quebec: 2
Meetings with President Obama: 3
Potholes filled: 4
Ski areas visited: 5
Town meetings attended: 6
Military events: 7
Hospitals visited: 8
Sportsmen events: 9
Bills signed: 10
Schools visited: 16
Videos uploaded to VTGovernor YouTube Channel: 21
Community and business leaders events: 24
Businesses visited: 27
Proclamations issued: 38
Towns visited: 50
Legislative meetings: 76
Appointments to boards and commissions: 133
Tweets: 246
Questions received through "Ask the Governor”: 397
Likes on Facebook: 642
Views on VTGovernor YouTube Channel: 951
Followers on Twitter: 1128
Pictures uploaded to Vermont Governor flickr page: 1470
Letters fielded: 1722
Constituent emails fielded: 1806
www.governor.vermont.gov visits: 34,825
Dollars raised for the VT National Guard families: 70,500

Maple syrup mentions: Countless
 


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